- Samsung Predicted to Reveal the Galaxy S9 and S9+ With Iterative Improvements at CES 2018
Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+ and S8 Note became the hot selling smart devices in the year 2017. Samsung made major design changes as well as processor improvements.
The result was a bigger, smarter device which offered a lot more options for its users than its predecessors in the Galaxy series.
One of the things that Samsung users know for a fact is that the company soon started working on Samsung Galaxy S9 and related models as soon as they were done with S8. The new phone is most probably scheduled to launch for sale during the month of May in 2018.
There are predictions by experts that Samsung may launch the phone ahead of sales in January at the CES 2018 event. That will give the device two months in advance for reviews and updates.
The devices are reported to be an iterative improvement over the S8 series. The experts at Blass have said that the S9 series may be getting Qualcomm’s forthcoming Snapdragon 845 updated processors.
This will help give the upcoming devices a significant speed boost. The fingerprint sensor is also being reportedly moved below the camera at the back instead of its location next to the lens as in the S8 series.
The S9 series will see the upgrade to the AKG stereo speakers and it will retain the audio jack as well. S9+ will reportedly be bigger than S9 in size and it will also be upgraded to 6GB of RAM. It will also add additional rear camera similar to Note 8.
It is not yet confirmed how many of these reported features will be showcased at the CES. However, knowing that Samsung fans will be getting a look at the S9 series sooner than expected, it is happy news all around.
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