Samsung Galaxy S9: All rumours in one place

Published on December 21, 2017

Samsung sells the most amount of smartphones globally – even more than its arch-rival, Apple. The South-Korean technology giant has a firm hold in the Asian market, where there is most number of users. Therefore, fans often look forward to what the company has to offer each year. While the surprises from the side of Samsung for this year are surely over, they are prepping up for what they can offer next year.

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The company is believed to have started work on the next-generation, Galaxy S9 line-up since long. In fact, they are expected to unveil the device at the CES, 2018 event that will take place next month. Thanks to the endless rumours and speculations, the fans may have a vague idea of what they can expect from the upcoming smartphones.

First and foremost, the Galaxy S9 might not even be called Galaxy S9 for that matter. According to a report by CNET, predictions are suggesting that the smartphone might be called Galaxy X because it marks the completion of ten years for Samsung and its Galaxy series of smartphones. Apart from this, it has been rumored that the device will be made available for sale sooner than expected. Each year, the firm usually launches its Galaxy series of smartphone in the month of April.

However, next year, the company plans on bringing the handset a month earlier. This will surely give Samsung a competitive advantage over all the other companies. The smartphone is expected to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 system-on-chip. If this turns out to be true, then the Galaxy S9 will be the first one to feature this processor as Qualcomm still hasn’t tied up with anyone for the same. Furthermore, Samsung is expected to follow Apple’s footsteps and integrate a facial recognition software.

We are merely 10 days away from finishing 2017. The New Year awaits us, and as the days wane closer, the excitement among Samsung fans is becoming more than what one can handle.

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