Although the already launched pair of models are different from each other in terms of screen size and battery timing, the upcoming Galaxy S9 will introduce some unprecedented changes in the pair - or even troika - to resemble the Apple's policy.
(Web Desk) According to American business magazine Forbes, Samsung, in line with Apples' policy, has made a decision to launch its upcoming Galaxy S9 smart-phone in two discernably different models: Galaxy S9 standard and Galaxy S9 plus, which may prove to be an unscrupulous change for Samsung users. If this turns out to be true, then the handset will not only have a significant lead from Apple's 2018 offering but will also deliver fierce competition to the iPhone X as well. Ahead of the launch, here's EVERY concept, render and leaked image of the hotly-anticipated smartphone. Both the phones will be available in single and dual-SIM variants, and will feature audio jack ports besides the usual Type-C.
This model number is widely expected to the global version of the Galaxy S9 and results show a stark difference when compared to the iPhone X. All the low-end phones will come up with a bunch of new features to compete against the other giants. Verizon customers can pick up the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 from Best Buy for $300 off, or $636.
Samsung also reveals its Exynos 9 Series 9810 chipset is "built on 2nd generation 10nm process technology". The LG K10 (2018) phone would feature all the basic connectivity features.
Here's how many charges you can expect to get out of all the popular capacity power banks on sale in 2017. That schedule would be a month earlier than for the current Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus.
So although the benchmark tests above don't make for great reading right now, at least it seems that Samsung are looking to keep pace with its main rivals in the camera department.