Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9+: Everything You Need To Know

Rodiano Bonacci
Febbraio 24, 2018

Let's take a look at all the major announcements to look forward to at Mobile World Congress 2018. Instead, what will be the price of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 +?

The upcoming Nokia 7 Plus is touted to be the first Nokia phone to have the new-standard 18:9 screen and the screen will stretch 6-inches across.

As it will be Nokia's 2018 flagship smartphone, the 8 Pro will naturally be powered by Qualcomm's latest and greatest chipset yet, the Snapdragon 845.

So, will we soon see a Sony Xperia XZ Pro with a 4K edge-to-edge display and dual camera? If RAM is to be considered, and it should, especially considering how heavy the Samsung Experience skin is, the regular model will come with 4GB whereas the S9+ will ship with 6GB of RAM.

But Samsung is touting camera improvements across both of its new phones.

According to the trade-in site Galaxy S8 owners can now expect to get around £311 for their Galaxy S8 if it's good condition. He also gave the example of Samsung Galaxy S8 saying that "For instance, a Galaxy S8 that costs ~800 euros directly from Samsung goes for $725 in the United States".

"From the perspective of consumers, they are not going to buy AI".

Google will be in attendance showing off Android Go and Android One phones made by third-party partners.

The Korean tech giant is set to officially unveil the Galaxy S9 and S9+ a day ahead of the conference in their Unpacked event set for February 25 (12:00 am of February 26, Manila time). Get those credit cards ready! Most likely, the phone will be launched in the US. The new design is either similar to older smartphones or it brings some changes. This year's event promises more of the same, with a comparatively small number of new smartphones in relation to previous years. Namely, MateBooks running Windows 10, and MediaPads running Android.

Two days ago, T-Mobile announced one of the better iPhone X deals we've seen so far. Samsung has also teased that the new phones will come with a super slo-mo feature, blazing fast autofocus, an improved low-light photography, and an Animoji-like feature called AR Emoji that will mimic your facial expressions using the selfie camera.

Best guess? Sony's new Xperia range will have some form of haptic feedback. Either way, Sony's design language is in desperate need of a refresh, and with the proliferation of 18:9 phones in the market, now seems like a ideal time to do it. The phones won't have the in-display embedded fingerprint sensor. A man can dream, can't he?

The Nokia brand under HMD has gone berserk since stealing last year's show with the retro 3310, releasing Nokias 2 through to 8 and capturing 1% of the smartphone market in Q4, something which Microsoft failed to do for many years.

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