The Samsung’s new flagship phone is considered the best Android device that was launched this year. Hence, Samsung and Qualcomm may be trying to figure that out as early as now and come up with improvements for the Samsung Galaxy S9.
Selected consumers who pre-ordered the Galaxy S8 were the first to get their hands on the phone – and were quick to raise the alarm about the unusual glitch.
Samsung is preparing to roll out a software update for its new Galaxy S8 model just days after its release.
If you’ve already bought a Samsung Galaxy S8 or an S8 Plus, you’re not likely to pick up another premium phone right away.
It was supposed to be seen in action in the Samsung Galaxy S8 first, but the company did not have enough time to ideal it in time for the flagship’s release.
Samsung Galaxy S6 users in Canada Galaxy S6 are receiving the Nougat update as build number G920W8VLU5DQD1 while the Nougat update is hitting Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge units as build number G925W8VLU5DQD1.
To recall, the Samsung Galaxy S8 features a 1.9GHz octa-core Samsung Exynos 8895 processor paired with 4GB of RAM. We also see the front and rear camera modules in the device listed as $20.50, and $6.50 for all sensors, including the fingerprint sensor.
The current Snapdragon 835 delivers an impressive performance. Whether this will be its only new feature or not is still unclear.
Quoting Aju Business Daily, The Investor says that Samsung and Qualcomm has already started work on a new mobile chip for the Galaxy S9. The phone’s display reached production stage at the end of March. Other components are expected to enter the development stage from May onward.
That said, Samsung is one step ahead of the rest after all.
According to mobile phone vendors, they are short of the Midnight Black models, while the Orchid Gray ones are also in tight supply.
The handset has the same single-lens camera system found on last year’s flagship when the iPhone has moved to a dual-camera setup.