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Samsung Galaxy S9 will be launched at MWC 2018 confirmed
13 Enero 2018, 03:03 | Bibiana Flor
This lengthy roadmap means we probably won't see the final product until December or early 2019. Multi-core performance has also been boosted by 40 percent, the company said.
Samsung Mobile CEO DJ Koh made the announcement during a press conference at CES in Las Vegas. But we know that the MWC would be held in Barcelona from February 26 through March 1st this year.
Koh added that "While most AI-powered voice recognition technologies are developed by non-hardware firms and try to be personal assistants, Bixby is more focused on integrating with devices", and noted that Samsung is far ahead in devices - smartphones, digital devises and appliances. It is also the first device in the A series to support Samsung'sGear VR.
Samsung Galaxy S9 will compete with the iPhone X in the top-end smartphone market. Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S8 last year at an Unpacked Event in March in New York and start selling the device in April. It was have the same display and design as the current gen Galaxy S smartphone. If true, it might come a surprise for Samsung fans as the company has already entered the dual-rear camera bandwagon this year with the Galaxy Note 8. He had told media earlier that the foldable phone would arrive in 2018. Instead it's set to unveil them at MWC 2018 in February. Also there are high expectations towards degree of completion of its foldable Smartphones as it has accumulated technologies regarding foldable Smartphones since many years ago.
Our first impressions suggest that the rear camera of the A8+ and the OnePlus 5T are quite evenly matched.
GBH Insights' Ives said Samsung's decision to delay the phone is a "smart move".
A 7.3 inch flexible OLED display is touted for the device, which can be used folded as a phone or unfolded as a tablet, according to the source.
Samsung last year confirmed that the company was aiming for release sometime in 2018, but noted that this wasn't guaranteed ... One of the highlights is the presence of the front-facing flash module which we can use it for shooting better selfies.
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There's a power/lock key on the right, and a volume rocker on the left, both of which fall nicely under the thumb and finger. Samsung's all-new A8+ dives straight into that zone with a price tag that matches the OnePlus 5T down to the rupee.
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