We're expecting Samsung Galaxy S9 to be launched in early 2018 and the company is working on improving the most important features they want to integrate into it. The experts at Blass have said that the S9 series may be getting Qualcomm's forthcoming Snapdragon 845 updated processors.
While the design remains unchanged to a larger extent, the new Galaxy S9 and the S9+ are expected to come with a beefed up hardware.
Rumors have it that the Exynos 7885 chipset will be powering the 2018 Galaxy A5 and A7 smartphones.
These design improvements have also been confirmed via 3D renditions of the Galaxy S9 made by the smartphone accessory maker called Ghostek. The Galaxy A series is likely to ship with Nougat, which is not very pleasing, but very typical of Samsung.
Finally, what's also interesting is that Samsung will stick with 3.5mm headphone jacks for at least one more year. Furthermore, Samsung is also expected to offer backward compatibility with the DeX. While the Google Pixel range has been praised for its photographic capabilities, the single-lens unit included in the recent Google Pixel 2 can be considered somewhat disappointing.
No official release date has been announced as of yet. Not perhaps the catchiest name in the history of mobile technology, but this nifty system will certainly turn a few heads.
Aside from the new Galaxy A5, Samsung is also planning to launch the updated version of the Galaxy A7.
Here's where things get a little interesting: Other than their screen sizes, the Galaxy S8 and S8+ were almost identical in every way. This one will be a little different from the current model in that it'll cradle the phone flat and enable users to implement the touchscreen as a touchpad control and virtual keyboard when in desktop mode via a monitor.
At $929, the Note 8 is now the most expensive phone you can find on the Microsoft Store, and unlike the Galaxy S8 it's not now on sale ahead of Black Friday. Certainly the price tag of this device shouldn't touch the $1,000 figure of the Note 8.