Galaxy S9 Expected to Come with Tremendous Technology Advancements

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Ahead of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 release, rumors of next year’s Galaxy S9 have started to distract buyers with its new concepts. One rumor suggests that Galaxy S9 will retain the Infinity Display with a little advancement, the entire front side of the display will be covered, and the camera, speaker and iris scanner will be embedded in the display.

Some of the specifications known so far: Galaxy S9 will be equipped with a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED 4k display, a whopping 4,200 mAh battery, dual 16-megapixel cameras on the back and dual 8-megapixel cameras on the front. It will come with an octacore processor with 6GB and 8GB RAM variants, and 64GB and 128GB internal storage options. The Galaxy S9 will run the latest version of Android and will have a 3.5mm audio jack. It is expected to be priced in the range of $900 to $1000.

The design is completely bezel-less, with all edges wrapped in OLED, and Galaxy S9 will be powered by Samsung’s new SoC dubbed Exynos 9810 built on the 8nm process. U.S. devices will get a Qualcomm-made 7nm piece of silicon.

Considering the Galaxy S8 launched in April 2017, it is unlikely to see the Galaxy S9 until March 2018 at the earliest, but with all the early rumors we’ve picked up so far, we know more about the Galaxy S9 than Samsung expects us to. In the meantime, let us see how well the Note 8, which is scheduled to release later this month, is accepted in the market.

Recent S9 concept renders don’t show many differences from those of Galaxy Note 8, but Galaxy S9 is likely to be embedded with more advanced technologies that Samsung is working on for its upcoming devices – things like bezel-less design, integration of four cameras that don’t protrude from the surface, having both iris and fingerprint scanners embedded into its display panel and so on.

That said, not all these features will make it to the final product. Samsung has been known to delay certain technologies simply because they weren’t ready in time for the production schedule. That might well be the case next year as well.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is expected to be announced early next year at the Mobile World Congress 2018.

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