Apple's 2017 ended kind of rough and their 2018 isn't off to a great start either so Samsung can definitely make a huge statement in the new year with S9 and S9 Plus. However, today, an alleged retail box of the Samsung Galaxy S9 has surfaced online which does reveal some interesting information about its specifications.
Which ever processor brings the S9 its power, this device looks set to be the fastest and most efficient Galaxy to date.
Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ users can manually check for the update by going into the Settings menu and then tapping on Software update option. The camera is also said to feature super slow-mo mode.
We still will have to wait to find out if these specs are indeed true but these leaks should give a fair idea of what we will see from Samsung this year at MWC 2018. However like we said, this isn't the first time we're hearing rumblings of a foldable phone from Samsung, so we wouldn't be completely surprised if the report had some elements of truth to it.
The specs detail a Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display, with the diagonal either being 5.6in or 5.8in depending on how you measure it.
Galaxy owners were hoping to get a sneak peek at the S9 at CES but their hopes were quickly squashed.
When Samsung launched the Infinity Display technology on the Galaxy S8, it dropped the physical home button in the front and needed to replace it with a fingerprint scanner. Also stereo speakers are something that fans and critics have for long wished from a high-end Galaxy S phone.
Owners could also be treated to speakers and headphones tuned by AKG and 64GB of internal memory.
As per the leaked box, the Samsung Galaxy S9 will come with two different models one with full rectangle profile display and the other one with rounded corners.
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