According to sources, the Galaxy A9 Star is a big one featuring a 6.28-inch AMOLED screen panel and has a 3700mAh battery pack inside. The cameras are stacked vertically and placed on the top-left corner. There's also a fingerprint sensor on the back, placed at the top-center position. On the front side, it'll come equipped with a 24-megapixel snapper for taking selfies and video calling. Storage capacity of the model on offer is 64GB.
The image isn't too clear, but the metal body on the device is a dead giveaway that the A9 Star Lite is just a rebadged Galaxy A6. The smartphone will be running Android Oreo operating system out of the box. We have seen plenty of leaks in recent weeks that have given us the lowdown on the Galaxy A9 Star, and now, a leaked poster for the device has made its way online.
While the Chinese version has model number SM-G8850, the non-Chinese version carries model number SM-G885F.
The photos don't confirm any specs as of now but do confirm that both of these devices will launch in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and Cambodia.
Dinosaurs had dandruff and keratin-packed cells, too
As human dandruff, flakes, found in the dinosaurs are exfoliated stratum corneum - cells with a high content of keratin. Modern birds have fatty dandruff-like cells to help cooling by evaporation during the strenuous activity of flying.
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Here's the short of it: It's the same as the V30, except with the new Snapdragon 845, 6 GB of RAM, and updated software feature. So you get all the AI features of the other two flagships such as scene recognition, Google Lens, and Super Bright Camera mode.