Sure, Samsung might be planning to formally introduce its newest flagship device, the Galaxy S9, in February of next year during the annual Mobile World Congress to be held in the beautiful city of Barcelona in Spain, but that does not mean it will not be showcasing something new at the Consumer Electronics Show, which is scheduled to happen next month in Las Vegas in Nevada.
According to a report recently published by South Korea’s The Bell, the world’s number one seller of smartphone devices might be officially unveiling its latest flagship offering, the Galaxy S9, in late February of next year. The formal introduction of the handset is rumored to happen at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), which is held yearly in the beautiful city of Barcelona in Spain. In 2018, the event will run from February 26th until March 1st.
According to a report recently published by the Korea Herald, Samsung is planning to introduce various improvements to the iris scanner on its next generation flagship device offering, particularly the Galaxy S9, which is rumored to make its debut a month from now.
The world’s number one vendor of smartphone devices has just revealed that it has commenced building the first ever 512 gigabyte embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) memory chip designed for smartphones. The 512 gigabyte (eUFS) chip is made possible through Samsung’s latest 64 layer 512 gigabit V-NAND chips, allowing for never before seen expanded storage capacity without sacrificing any aspect of the overall processing performance.
Hardcore Android fans could see Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus make their debut sooner than anticipated. As indicated in a report recently published by VentureBeat, the South Korean phone maker’s 2018 flagship devices will be unveiled during next year’s Consumer Electronics Show, which is scheduled to kick of on January 11th in the city of Las Vegas in Nevada.
The concept of foldable smartphones is nothing new -- as a matter of fact, some of the world’s biggest phone makers, like Samsung and LG, have been reported to be exploring the idea as early as 2014 (Samsung even published a patent a year ago).
Samsung has decided to give its fans a treat (especially those from the business sector) with the official unveiling of the Enterprise Edition of its latest flagship phablet offering, the Galaxy Note 8. The device is basically like the regular, unlocked version of the Galaxy Note 8, but souped up to include additional business related functionalities in areas like security and productivity.
Remember the Galaxy Note 8buy one get one special offer that T-Mobile introduced around a couple of months ago? Well, that promotional deal unfortunately ended last October 17th. The third biggest wireless carrier in the United States, however, is offering a new Galaxy Note 8 deal, one that promises a very generous discount.
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