Like other companies, Samsung has been investing heavily in artificial intelligence on the premise that doing so could improve the broader user experience. An alleged box of the Galaxy S9 recently found its way to Reddit giving away nearly the entire spec-sheet of Samsung's next flagship phone.
The report does not mention the actual size of the Galaxy S9 batteries, but a report earlier this week hinted Samsung will rely on the same 3,000 mAh and 3,500 mAh capacities used for the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
But even the "regular" S9 should hold a neat trick up its sleeve in so-called variable aperture technology bringing phones closer than ever to advanced DSLR operation. Samsung Galaxy S9+ is said to ship with dual rear cameras, though resolution is unclear at this point. That means it will be able able to let in more or less light as needed. Naturally, the flagship Samsung smartphones are appearing in many leaks and rumors. The future Smartphones will come with OLED display to handle such new features which cannot be accessible through LCD or any other displays. Rather than cutting out a notch at the edges of a display, Samsung came up with a way to manufacture a display with holes built-in, allowing for sensor placement wherever it wants within the panel.
Samsung Electronics has won a patent for a smartphone display design that has holes on the screen with a almost full screen-to-body ratio, which could be adopted for the Galaxy Note 9 smartphone model, according to news reports on Friday (Jan 19).
Now, according to Evan Blass', Samsung will launch the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ on February 26.
Fashion fond lovers can make the best use of Galaxy On7 Prime and would be the ideal buddy for them, says the Vice President of Samsung India, Sandeep Singh. You still have to wonder if the inevitable crease in the display will be distracting. Additionally, this patent shows the time on the front, though it's hard to tell if it will be a full-functioning display or just a small spot designated for telling the time.
Samsung may have discovered a solution to the iPhone X's ugly "notch" problem. This includes Moto Z3, Z3 Play, Moto G6, G6 Plus, G6 Play, and Moto X5.