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All of the Galaxy S9 beans spilled in this latest leak
21 February 2018, 04:44 | Antoinette Holland
Josh Miller CNET
Samsung Galaxy S9 will be the first smartphone to feature Snapdragon 845 SoC for the United States market while the other markets will get Samsung's own Exynos 9810 SoC. It's a flagship phone that's expected to arrive in early 2018, boasting blisteringly fast hardware.
This year is no different - Samsung's mobile boss has already confirmed an MWC 2018 debut. The phone will be available in store and Online in the second week of March. That sounds about right to us, although we have started seeing offers on that handset fall to under £820 since its release last autumn.
There might not be a huge change in the design of the phone compared to its predecessor, S8. The phone body is made of glass and Metal.
Sadly, there is no any further information regarding the device's pricing and its availability with us!
In January, Samsung filed a trademark for a new service called "Uhssup", which was described at that time as a mobile application that allows users to share their real-time location with others and communicate with friends. The Plus variant will have an secondary 12MP sensor at the back with f/2.4 aperture.
The awkward positioning meant users often found themselves smudging the camera with their fingers.
According to the websites, the smartphone's super slow-motion video cameras will be able to record at 960 frames per second in HD.
Performance is probably going to be great too.
Chipset:Exynos 9810 octa-core (4 x 1.9 GHz & 4 x 2.9 GHz) SoC in Europe and Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (4 x 1.7 GHz + 4 x 2.6 GHz) SoC in the US. It will also help you decide whether or not you want to sell your old phone to pay for it.
Benchmarking software gets a phone's processor to perform hard tasks, and scores the handset based on how well it performs.
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