The information once again comes from reliable leaker Evan Blass.
The two smartphones feature the same full HD 5.5-inch display and a screen resolution of 1080×1920 pixels, both are powered by the same incredible octa-core Exynos 7870 chipset processor clocked at 1.6GHz. The foldable smartphone is said to go into manufacturing in November with the final launch of the smartphone in December this year or early next year. The certification also shows that the Galaxy S9 will bear a model number G960 and G965 are in line with previous leaks. The image also sort of confirms numerous rumors that we have had of the device so far. The unnamed executive claims that after Samsung unveils the handset at MWC next month, it's going to start taking pre-orders for it from March 1st. The only big difference seen from the case listings is that the fingerprint sensor will now be located under the camera. According to the ever reliable EVLeaks, Samsung will be launching the Galaxy S9 at MWC on the 26th of February. Instead of placing it off to the side where it's hard to reach, something many complained about with the Galaxy S8.
NSW rail strike will 'shut down the city'
We've seen in the past few days that excessive overtime is leaving workers across the network worn out and exhausted, ' he said. He said commuters should check the trains before they leave home, to ensure they were not going to get stuck.
Multiple reports have it that Samsung showcased the Galaxy X smartphone at CES 2018. Meaning the camera can change the aperture on the fly, for the best possible photos. It has an aperture between F1.5 and F2.4 means that pictures taken with the new phone should be superb. The rear camera, according to the retail box image, remains at 8MP. This is in addition to a new Super Slo-Mo mode of 1000 fps, and more. Similar to its predecessor, the smartphone will have a single 12MP SuperSpeed Dual Pixel camera.