The Galaxy J8 (6in HD+) and J6 (5.6in HD+) are equipped with Samsung's Super Amoled display technology, giving users 15% more display area without jeopardising their overall size. They can take notes on the fly through the Screen-Off Memo feature, as well as navigate, translate and organize notes through Samsung Notes, and even send personalized texts through Samsung Live Message - all with the S Pen.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be launched later this week but the tech world already has plenty of information about the smartphone. That's well and good since the Galaxy Note 9 is likely to grab all of Samsung's attention in the coming weeks. Instead, at first at least, the game will also be available to a single Android tablet.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is an excellent model which, as you can see with the above link, is proposed in three colors: Gold, Ocean Blue and Carbon Black. The tipster has pointed out that Samsung employees are advocating for the company to retain the Galaxy S9 design for next year's model as well. The design will remain similar to the iPhone X, with slim bezels and a display notch. While the Note 9 will be announced on the 9th August, the Watch is expected to be launched at IFA on the 30th August. On the front, the smartphone features a 16-megapixel sensor with a f/1.9 aperture for taking selfies.
As for other features, with waterproofing and wireless charging now standard across the board, there isn't much else that Samsung and Apple can add to the mix.
Concerning the hardware, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 may be powered by Samsung's Exynos 9810 or Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 processor. The phone will launch as the Galaxy J2 Core and will come with Android 8.1 out-of-the-box. Samsung Galaxy On8 (2018) comes with 64GB internal storage that may be further expanded upto 64GB using micro-SD card.