Published By : 26 Feb 2018 | Published By : QYRESEARCH
It is that highly anticipated time of the year, when Samsung finally decides to launch its flagship devices, thus making it tougher for its rivals to come out with equally, if not better phones. And early this year, the Korean giant has decided to release the Samsung Galaxy S9, followed by Galaxy S9+.
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Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon latest processor chip, the Snapdragon 845, S9 and S9+ will showcase 5.8 inch and 6.2 inch displays, which are mainly the same as their predecessor phones. The displays are further expected to be exhibit Quad HD+ Super AMOLED features. Both phones will have 64GB of base storage, which can be expanded up to 400GB by using a MicroSD slot. However, the 9+ will be having 6GB of RAM as compared to 4GB present in Galaxy 9. The former will also have a wide angle lens attached to the camera. In terms of battery capacity, Galaxy 9 will run on a 3000mAh battery, whereas, the S9+ will be powered through a 3500mAh battery.
Pre-orders for the phones start on the 2nd of March – the S9 will end up costing about US$720, whereas the S9+ will cost about US$840, thus burning a significant hole in customers’ pockets. However, this is still fairly less than what Apple offers, thus proving to be quite decent for customers, especially those who would end up paying for the phone in terms of EMI’s and other forms of installments. In terms of cellar networks, the phones will run on U.S. Cellular, Cricket Wireless, Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and many others. Regarding Samsung’s AI, Bixby has some new updates, and Live Translation is one such prominent feature. For making it work, users need to hold the phone up to a sign through the camera, which will immediately translate the words in a few seconds. About 54 input languages and 150 out languages have been programmed in this feature.