News tagged: Samsung Galaxy S9
All eyes are now turned to the next big flagship smartphone launch - Samsung's Galaxy S9. While Galaxy S8 faced a somewhat minor update in terms of hardware design, rumor has it that Samsung is planning a more substantial visual refresh with the Galaxy S9.
Samsung is working hard on finishing the next-generation flagship smartphones, which according to latest rumours will launch in March 2018. The Galaxy S9 lineup is going to include three models, which is something new for Samsung. The phones in question are Galaxy S9 and
According to Ice Universe, Samsung has finished the development of its next-generation Galaxy S smartphones and is getting ready for mass production. The report claims that the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus will launch sooner and could hit store shelves in February or early March.
Many smartphone manufacturers have already decided to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack on flagship models, while others don't want to use the USB Type-C port for headphones. Samsung is one of those that postponed the adoption of USB Type-C headphone jack, but that is going to
Currently the best performing mobile chipset is definitely the latest Apple A11 Fusion, which pretty much dominates in both single and multi-core tests. One of the leading chipset manufacturer, Qualcomm, is now rumoured to unveil its flagship chipset much earlier than anticipated
After a patent filed with KIPRIS hinted at a front-facing fingerprint scanner on future Samsung smartphones, most likely the Galaxy S9 lineup, another patent shows that Samsung is working on Apple AirPower-like wireless charger. A patent application filed by Samsung to the USPTO
A rumour was floating around speculating that Samsung would use some iPhone X features on the upcoming Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus smartphones, including the depth-sensing facial recognition technology, but according to a new patent, the South Korean giant might still include
Early rumours claim that Qualcomm's next-gen flagship chipset would first launch with Xiaomi Mi 7 or Galaxy Note 9, but it seems those rumours were not true. According to latest information, the first smartphones to get new Snapdragon 845 chipset will be
This year, Qualcomm and Samsung made an agreement in which the latter would get the initial batch of Snapdragon 835 for Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus. This caused many problems for other companies, who had to delay the launch of their products if they wanted to use Snapdragon 835.
As we are slowly reaching the end of the year, rumours about 2018 models begin to surface online. For now, two companies have been rumoured to be working on flagship smartphones for early 2018 and those are OnePlus and Samsung. OnePlus wants to release its flagship model
After having serious problems with Galaxy Note 7 and wanting to be more competitive with Apple, Samsung has reportedly decided to accelerate development of the Galaxy S9 and plans to announce the new flagship smartphone a few months earlier. Latest rumours suggest that the
To be more competitive with Apple, Samsung could be planning to rush the release of its Galaxy S9 flagship, which would go up against the iPhone 8. According to The Investor, the product's AMOLED display will start shipping in November. A launch may occur in January.
With Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, Samsung made a deal with Qualcomm to have first dibs at the new Snapdragon 835. That looked like a great move as the smartphones sold 15% more than the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge models. Because of that, the South Korean giant has
Flagship smartphones might look nice and have great specifications, but one key segment is hurting them - battery life, and although technology is improving each day, we are not seeing much improvements when it comes to batteries. To improve battery life, companies need to put
Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, as well as upcoming Galaxy Note 8, are all missing one key feature - the in-display fingerprint scanner. Due to various problems, Samsung failed to implement a biometric fingerprint scanner under a smartphone display and the KGI analyst
Samsung is currently enjoying the popularity of its Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ smartphones, as they have been smashing various sales records. This doesn't mean the company can relax, as it will have a hard time competing with Apple's new iPhone 8, considering it will have
Samsung is currently enjoying the popularity of its latest Galaxy S8 lineup, but to make the equally good job with its successor, the company has already started on its development. According to Korean publication The Bell, the development of the device has reportedly begun