Samsung is all set to unveil its 2018 flagship handsets and successor to the massively popular Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ from last year, the Galaxy S9 and S9+. The company has already sent out invites confirming that the handsets will be unveiled on February 25, a day ahead of MWC 2018 in Barcelona, Spain.
Samsung Galaxy S9 Release Date, Price, News, Specs, and Rumors
The festive season in India is about to start Amazon is kicking it off with its Great Indian Festival sales. The sales run through October 10th-15th, with Prime members getting access to deals a day earlier along with additional discounts on some products.
With Google officially releasing Android 9.0 Pie to AOSP and its Pixel devices last month, Android OEMs have also started working on bringing the update to their devices. Samsung, known for its notoriously slow update times, has also started working on bringing the Pie update to its current flagship handset, the Galaxy S9.
Samsung is all set to unveil the Galaxy Note 9 later today. Among other things, Samsung will likely announce that Fortnite is going to exclusively come pre-loaded on the Note 9 for a short period of time. Now, a video has surfaced online which gives us a look at the gameplay of Fortnite for Android.
When Samsung first unveiled the Galaxy S9, it highlighted the super slow-mo video recording capabilities of the handset. However, the super slow-mo mode was limited to recording videos for a mere 0.2 seconds at 960fps.
Samsung has pledged to include FM radio support in its future smartphones, but this year’s early flagship models didn’t boast the feature out of the gate.
Samsung is not a stranger to launching new colors for smartphones it has already introduced, especially for specific markets.
Samsung has launched two new color variants of the Galaxy S9: Sunrise Gold and Burgundy Red. Samsung is probably making this move to help boost sales of its flagship handset which have reportedly been less than stellar.
While Google launched its ARCore augmented reality platform back in August of last year, it wouldn’t be until October that Samsung’s Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and the Galaxy Note 8 would be added to the support devices list.
Samsung says that the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are the fastest phones in the market based on the data obtained from Ookla which runs Speedtest.