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Evan Blass officially breaks Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+

@evleaks at it again. Evan from Venturebeat officially reveals the upcoming Galaxy S flagships from Samsung. As expected, the Korean giant is following tick-tock strategy as the previous year saw the radical change aesthetically and this time we will see more evolution and adjustments from inside.

Samsung is following Apple’s route and giving consumers more reason to go for the bigger variant. The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will feature 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch Super AMOLED edge panels respectively. Both the smartphone pack a Snapdragon 845 processor in US and China, the rest of the world gets Exynos 9810 variant. The Galaxy S9 comes with 4GB/64GB option while the XL version starts at 6GB/128GB option.

As suggested by the Unpacked invitation, Samsung is betting big on camera capabilities of Galaxy S9 series. The small variant get a single 12MP camera with a adjustable aperture between f/2.4 and the smallest out there f/1.5. The Galaxy S9+ gets a secondary camera in back with fixed aperture. The selfie cam is fixed at the same 8MP. Samsung is also adding stereo speakers support at the bottom of front panel.

Samsung is officially announcing Galaxy S9 on 25th February and pre-orders may start from 1st March and offline availability from March 16.


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