Samsung sets to release Galaxy S9 and S9+ at CES 2018, which is going to take place in January.
CES is a globally renowned trade show a place where revolutionary devices and technologies are displayed yearly. CES 2018 is all set to roll out in Las Vegas, a metropolis of the US from 9-12 January this yr. An insider of the Samsung’s consumers group has revealed that the company goes to showcase its flagships on the event and has additionally revealed some confirmed features.
Based on the report, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ will feature the identical 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch Super AMOLED Infinity displays as the Galaxy S8 and S8+. Though the phones might be fairly much like the 2017 Galaxy models, few modifications are anticipated. Based on rumors the S9+ could have extra RAM than the S9 i.e 6GB as in comparison with 4GB in S9. S9+ may also feature an extra rear camera.
Each model is anticipated to have 64GB of inside storage, microSD slots for extra storage and 3.5mm headphone jacks. And even if the digital camera configuration will probably range on the phones, the digicam might be positioned above the fingerprint sensor on the back of each phone. This could make the fingerprint sensor simpler to use than it was on earlier Galaxy telephones.
Samsung may also be launching a brand new DeX docking station too, alongside the S9 and S9+, which can be utilized for older models. It is going to allow telephones to lay flat and turn their screens right into a touchpad or a digital keyboard. The S9 family can also be anticipated to come back with AKG-branded stereo audio system.