Samsung Turns to Gold to Get You to Buy a Galaxy S9

Remigio Civitarese
Giugno 22, 2018

According to recent leaks, South-Korean smartphone manufacturer is hoping to outplay its rival Apple's iPhone X2 that could be released in Septemeber 2018 by launching its model Galaxy Note 9 prior in early August 2018 at NY city and also aims to grab the hype created for Apple iPhone X2. It looks like a bigger version of the device that appeared in April. On the camera front, the smartphone sports a dual rear camera setup that includes two 12MP modules.

The S9 has a dual aperture camera. The Tab S4 meanwhile could have a Snapdragon 835 chipset, 4GB of RAM and a 10.5-inch 1600 x 2560 screen.

There's no word on when the device will be available or the pricing, but it doesn't come as a surprise since the company has launched China-specific variants in the past.

The tipster also went on record to state that the Galaxy S10 would breach the 600ppi barrier, sharpening its display considerably from the Galaxy S9's 570ppi. Also important is the complete lack of display notch. The device is now codenamed Project V, also known as Project Valley. When it does, all eyes from across the globe will be glued to the most-anticipated phablet. A fairly warn gold, too: Samsung's photos nearly make it look peachy.

Of course, as always you should take this latest leak with a pinch of salt. This also beats the Vivo Nex, which touts an already staggering 91.24 percent screen to body ratio, but falls just short of recent rumours surrounding OPPO's next flagship at 93.8 percent.

Altre relazioniGrafFiotech

Discuti questo articolo

Segui i nostri GIORNALE