Samsung Galaxy S9 Will Have More Of Everything Galaxy S8 Has Featured

May 30, 2017 06:12 AM EDT | Gerone Trish


Samsung Galaxy S9 rumors continue to flourish on the web, predicting the improved specifications that will further pull up the hype. The new smartphone will have more of everything the highly saleable predecessor, Galaxy S8 has featured.

The current Galaxy S8 is considered one of the huge milestones of Samsung. Although the existing model has just been launched, the South Korean tech giant has already reported that the new flagship is selling "almost two times faster" than the previous models Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.

It has been reported that the Galaxy S8 and S8+ have already sold more than 1 million units since the new models were launched on April 21. Whereas, the previous S6 and S7 have sold 100 million units in just 75 days.

Now that talks on the successor of the popular Galaxy S8 are already circulating, bigger sales are expected as predictions for the new smartphone are getting more exciting than ever. Speculations say that the tech giant has already partnered with Qualcomm to work on a new processor, Snapdragon 845, based on the second-generation 10nm manufacturing process.

The new Galaxy S9 is also rumored to come with 5.9-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED curved displays. It is also expected to run with the new Android 8.0 "O."

The new flagship is expected to have a dual-camera setup, mounted in front and at the back. The Bixby AI assistant is also expected to be featured in the new smartphone, along with the fingerprint scanner that is embedded on the display.

Reports also say that the new Galaxy S9 has already entered the pre-production stage using the codename "Star." The new flagship will most likely be launched early next year, and the 2018 Mobile World Congress is speculated to host the launch.

Samsung has not released any official details about the anticipated Galaxy S9. These theories must be taken with a grain of salt for the meantime until official press releases are obtained.

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