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Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ Could Make An Appearance Early 2018

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ Could Make An Appearance Early 2018

The 2018 models of the Samsung Galaxy A5 and A7 have already received FCC and Wi-Fi certifications. Today, fresh renders of Galaxy A5 (2018)'s case has surfaced to showcase its design. The phone appears to have an Infinity Display, which can be found on the Galaxy S8. But these early reports seem to indicate that Samsung is having a harder time "copying" the iPhone than before, and some of the things you see on a brand new iPhone won't be available nearly immediately on the next Galaxy S model.

Another revision that the S9 series will flaunt is the repositioning of the fingerprint scanner. Samsung may equip 3D sensors on other 2018 handsets, with the Galaxy Note 9 being a likely candidate.

Samsung is also trying to improve the sensor of the front panel.

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Another interesting thing to note in the images is that isolated button on the left side of the phone just below the volume rockers. The Samsung Keyboard should no longer experience forced closures when the user selects an emoji and it also should no longer capitalize every word on certain occasions. Rumors are rife that this smartphone will benefit from 6GB of RAM, in line with the existing Galaxy Note 8. It's very possible that this might not even be the final design of the phone.

Samsung has made a remarkable comeback since the battery issues of 2016.

But he said at the time there are several hurdles it has to overcome, leaving room to push back the release if those problems are not solved. Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 is expected for the USA market while elsewhere will be a new Exynos chip. The Western version of handset might possibly be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 660 chipset, but that hasn't been confirmed yet. "Samsung also has a strong range across all price bands and it, together with Huawei, provided a strong volume platform that was resilient to attack from most other brands", said Research Director Peter Richardson.