Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus specs listed in sketchy benchmark

Is Samsung Going To Release A Galaxy S9 Mini Next Year?

Is Samsung Going To Release A Galaxy S9 Mini Next Year?

The device is also said to be powered by Exynos 7885 processor and come coupled with 4GB of RAM.

The smartphone was initially launched in India a year ago for Rs 48,900.

"The Exynos 9 Series 9810 is Samsung's latest flagship processor, with 3rd-generation custom CPU cores, upgraded GPU, and gigabit LTE modem with industry-first 6CA support", Samsung confirmed in a press release about its achievements at the CES 2018 Innovation Awards.

And some of what the benchmark lists is unsurprising, as the phone apparently runs Android Oreo for example, and uses a "universal9810" motherboard, which suggests the Exynos 9810 chipset - a chipset which Samsung's recently announced and which we're expecting to see in the Galaxy S9 range. However, Samsung is reportedly undecided yet whether to release it or not. The position of the cameras will hopefully deliver higher quality photos.

Leaked by Slashleaks, the renders show the Galaxy S9 with an identical design to the Galaxy S8. the front is expected to lose fat from the top and the bottom lip while retaining the Infinity Display's gorgeous curved sides. It will be interesting to see whether Samsung will make this phone to be a mid-range offering, or will we actually see a really compact flagship from this Korea-based tech giant. It is still unclear what Samsung will do at the moment.

In the past, Samsung has rolled out compact versions of its Galaxy S devices which had less power, performance, and features than the standard one.

There would be at least one benefit to this camera rearranging: The fingerprint sensor would be lower and easier to reach. And unlike the iPhone, Samsung lets you adjust the level of background blur after the photo has been taken.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone is now available for Rs 33,490 on Flipkart.

Samsung Galaxy X is expected to be in extremely limited supply.

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