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Samsung has unveiled important details on the new Galaxy S9

13 November 2017, 10:20 | Justin Tyler

Samsung has unveiled important details on the new Galaxy S9

Samsung has unveiled important details on the new Galaxy S9

While there is no evidence to suggest the name of the new device will be the Samsung Galaxy S9 Mini; it makes sense. Just like the company has done in the past, in terms of design and software, the same can be said about the upcoming Galaxy A5 2018 edition, which is said to borrow a few notable features form its older siblings. The Galaxy A5 (2016) that arrived in December 2015 had a model number of SM-A510. Only some of the major specifications are listed online on the benchmarking website. The Samsung Galaxy A5 is expected to come with a 5.5-inch 1080x2160 pixel and a 18:9 ratio display. These 2018's flagship phones have been subjected to several leaks and rumours already. The resolution of the screen will be 1280×720 pixels.

The phones will run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box and they might also boast IP68 certification, making them water and dust resistant. Though the listing mentioned the Galaxy J3 (2018) to come with single SIM support, we will be seeing the dual SIM variant at least in Asian markets. As of now, there is no information about the expandable storage and the battery of Galaxy J3 (2018). For now, we don't know if the Galaxy J3 Prime 2018 will ship in multiple variants, but it's very likely. The smartphone is an update of the existing Samsung Galaxy A5 launched in early 2017.

If this truly is a miniature version of the S lineup, then we expect that the device would be released alongside the S9 and S9 Plus which are set to be debuted in the first quarter of 2018. The phone will have 2 GB RAM with 16 GB Internal memory.


Talking about the camera specs, Galaxy J3 (2017) has a 16MP back camera and 5MP front camera.The phone has a battery of 2400mAh.

About SushantA believer in "less talk and more work", Sushant is a geek and gadget freak.



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