Earlier it was expected that Samsung will release the Galaxy S9 series in March 2018 but yesterday a news feed stated that now the release may go earlier and today some strong sources revealed that it will be on 25th February, a day before MWC 2018 when Samsung will announce its upcoming two end-less smartphones.
We've also heard rumblings about the Galaxy S9's specs, which are expected to be quite impressive.
This time, the firm's Russian-facing website listed a new model as the SM-A730F, effectively the same slip-up as was made with the Galaxy A5 2018. Their variants in the United States are expected to be powered by the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor.
Mere days after it emerged that Samsung had inadvertently confirmed the existence of the Galaxy A5 2018 via one of its online support websites, the company has now apparently done the same thing with the bigger brother of the series; the Galaxy A7 2018. There Galaxy S6 with model number M-G920F is now getting the update. The new Galaxy J2 Pro is likely powered by a 1.4Ghz quad-core Qualcomm processor with 1.5GB of RAM.
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As for the test results, they're quite impressive.
Samsung has rumored different models before, like the mini versions of the S7 and S8, but those never came to fruition.
Reports say that Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will feature the same infinity display with an aspect ratio of 18:9 with dual camera setup at the back panel of both the devices. It's worth noting that early benchmark leaks are typically a good representation of what we end up seeing at launch.