Olixar and MobileFun have records of leaking Samsung’s designs and a track record of being valid. So here are Olimar’s renders of the Galaxy S9 and S9+ – wearing cases, simply the “ultra-thin, 100% clear” case hardly conceals anything.
Samsung Galaxy S9 (image by Olixar) and Samsung Galaxy S9+ (image by Olixar)
The split between the S9 and S9+ is interesting – just the Plus model is seated a dual camera. That’s a deviation from the S7 and S8 lineup that mostly varied in the dimension of their battery and screen.
This ensures that the rumor that got hot just yesterday and suggests Samsung needs a three-tier flagship lineup as the substitute for the simple S/Note division. How much will the price show a difference between PLus and non-Plus model?
Samsung’s much-leaked Galaxy A8 (2018) and A8+ (2018) are going to be unleashed at CES, according to a new talk out of South Korea. LG won’t let Samsung own the full spotlight itself though, as it also aims to announce the K10 (2018) on the very occasion.
The A8 duo for 2018 will feature an 18:9 Infinity Displays and minimal bezels. The A8+’s screen will be 6″ in size, while the A8 will settle for 5.5 inches”. They will come bundled with Bixby Home and Bixby Remind, at least in Korea, but will not have Bixby Voice added on(or a Bixby button). You will receive 4GB of RAM, 64GB of Internal Storage, a 16 MP primary camera, a 16 MP + 8 MP dual Front shooter, as well as a 3,500 mAh battery (only with bigger models)
Both handsets will carry Samsung Pay and will have a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, a 3.5mm headset jack and, a USB Type-C port, Split-screen multitasking added on, of course, as well as ‘Pop-Up View’ that will let you view more than two apps at the same time. They will be shipped in Korea in coming mid-January, with other markets likely getting them at around the same time or soon later on.
LG will bring out the successor to this year’s K10, which is assumed to be thinner than that model and flaunt a 5.3-inch 1080p display, 32GB of storage, 3GB of RAM, a 13 MP back, and a 5 MP selfie shooter. A 3,000 mAh battery will keep the lights on. The new K10 will have an FM radio and will be released in Korea ahead this month
The Galaxy S9 and LG G7 are most possibly to be introduced “after February,” this report continues to claim. Presumably, Sony strives to unveil its first “bezel-less” smartphone at MWC 2018, where Huawei will likely present the P11 series.
An OTA build for the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Note8 Oreo update has drooled on the internet. The update is mainly for the Verizon version of the Note8 in the US rolling on the Snapdragon processor. Because of this, even though it can be installed and downloaded, it’s only coming with one version of the device (SM-M950U).
It’s still not clear in what stage of progress this update is in, but it’s dubious to be the final build and hopefully one of the interim betas leading up to it that somehow got divulged. It runs on Android 8.0.0 accompanying with Samsung Experience 9.0.
We don’t have enough details but some of the Reddit users have reported back saying it operates fine on their device.
It is hard to say if this update really runs smoothly on the device, Let buzz be louder so we can hear out and put the truth.
As the Update says – The Android 8.0 Oreo update is now landing on Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ units all over the UK. It’s a 600MB size update, which covers the November security patch and significant enhancements to Bluetooth stability. Continue reading Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ receive (updated) Android Oreo Beta 3
Microsoft chooses to sell Samsung’s Top-notch smartphones in its online store for some reason. Some days past we noticed the Galaxy S8 and S8+ becoming available to buy from the Microsoft Store, and now the Galaxy Note8 has been listed. Irrelevant to the S-series devices, which can also be ordered with career plans, the Note8 is only staying for purchase in unlocked form.
Check out the Galaxy Note 8 Smartphone here
And it’s not cheap in the end. Each unit will cost you around $929.99. Second, if you don’t intend to go the carrier route, and to use monthly wages to pay for the Galaxy Note8. There still much better offer to be had at the likes of Verizon.