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Samsung Galaxy S9 Trashes CES Hopefuls!

12 January 2018, 05:09 | Justin Tyler

Samsung Galaxy S9 Trashes CES Hopefuls!

Samsung Galaxy S9 Trashes CES Hopefuls!

Most leaks point to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S9 at the MWC 2018, however accurate pricing details are not known yet.

Some of the other hardware specs being reported include: a 5.8-inch Quad-HD+ Super AMOLED display, IP68-certification for water and dust resistance, Iris scanner, 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, 8-megapixel front camera with autofocus and wireless charging.

Elsewhere there will be a 12-megapixel Super Speed Dual Pixel rear camera and the box adds it will feature super slow-motion video capture.

Other specs and features that were nearly certain anyway include an iris scanner, 4GB RAM, 64GB of storage, IP68 water and dust resistance and wireless charging support.


The Galaxy S9 is expected to be almost identical to its predecessor, with the rear fingerprint sensor moved to below the camera, rather than its current, position of off to one side. Galaxy S9 will also come with stereo speakers and earphones tuned by AKG. As per speculations, Samsung might have revealed the upgraded version of Samsung foldable smartphones during the CES 2018 which was earlier shown at the MWC 2017. What's interesting is that the camera might be able to switch between two apertures - F/1.5 and F/2.4. Not just the box, we get to see some of the key specifications of Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphone. The box also lists Super Slow-mo, though it doesn't say how many frames per second it records at when in that mode. Both the smartphones will be running on the recently launched Snapdragon 845 processor and Samsung's own Exynos 9810.

During the CES 2018 event, Samsung held a press conference for media outlets from Korea where Koh reportedly confirmed the timing of the announcement of their first flagship device in 2018.

Many expected the South Korean electronics giant to announce the Galaxy S9 during this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.



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