Samsung will launch this smartphone in India on 3rd January

Samsung is reportedly planning to unveil its next flagship smartphone in February. People associated to the matter say the company plans to release the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ as early as March

Samsung will launch this smartphone in India on 3rd January

Both Smartphones are expected to come with 64GB internal storage which is still expandable via micro SD card.

Samsung is also set to release other major products for its smartphone collection such as the most-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S9. For selfies, it comes with a 8 Megapixel front camera.

Battery power is rumored to come with 3800mAh non-removable. Foldable display, even thinner bezel and better screen to body ratio, in screen fingerprint sensors and advanced artificial intelligence are some of the trends to look forward to this year. Notably, the Galaxy A8 (2018) and Galaxy A8+ (2018) are the first smartphones from Samsung to feature dual selfie cameras at the front.

Considering the Google's timeline, this latest model can be launched in October 2018. The 2018 edition has a 5.6 Super AMOLED FHD display (1080 x 2220 pixels). The S9 will be the first smartphone product to bring the 512 GB memory storage experience to consumers. It packs a 3,300 mAh battery which offers 21 hours of talktime.

The iPhone X was effortlessly the most advertised and foreseen cell phone of 2017. Ahead of the launch, a lot has already been leaked about the smartphones, including a number of alleged renders of the devices. To grab the Galaxy Note 8, you needed a cool Sh 105,000 (now Sh 100,000 without the powerbank, according to a Samsung rep).

The absence of a unique mark sensor is the greatest downside in the iPhone X. Reports assert that Apple dumped the TouchID sensor in the iPhone X after they neglected to implant it underneath the show.

It is known that Apple may achieve this goal by embedding the Touch ID sensor underneath the 2018 iPhone X's display. It's unclear where it will announce the phones this year, but the timing lines up with its traditional launches.

Earlier in September 2017, Koh Dong-Jin, president of Samsung's mobile division, hinted that the company is planning to launch a phone with a foldable screen in 2018. There is now no news on when and whether the smartphone will make its way to India and Pakistan.

It being known that Sony may add another smartphone called as Sony Xperia XZ2 in 2018. "She has an S8 and I have the S8+ so I put her phone on my charger and no lights come on or anything". When the Galaxy Note 8 pre-orders opened, the story was the same, but this time buyers of this beast were awarded a free 5100mAh fast charging powerbank. The S9+ device, on the other hand, will sport dual camera setup at the rear.

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