As we all know that the journey of Samsung Galaxy start with the uniqueness in every model which make a customer more positive towards it that if the upcoming model rumor makes the whole mobility market at alert and the expectation of a model increases which make the challenge at high capacity to SAMSUNG, so that hard work and uniqueness to compared today’s technology world has still made the best of all gadget.
So the news has been leaked that Samsung Galaxy new model Samsung Galaxy s9 will run from February 26 to March 1, 2018, and all the galaxy loves expected the Samsung Galaxy S9 will launch date to be February 25, 2018. Recently Samsung has launched the beauty of all The Samsung Galaxy
Samsung Galaxy S8 which reveal on March 29th, 2017 and release on April 21st, 2017. It has been heard that the New Samsung Galaxy s9 will be more unique and will add upgrade technology then Galaxy S8.
WHAT WILL BE IN SAMSUNG GALAXY S9?
The Samsung is coming with the next big blast with Samsung Galaxy S9 and it the big thing for Samsung as well.
- What will be new about the Galaxy S9 design and specs?
- When is the Galaxy S9 release date?
- What will be the Galaxy S9 price?
Update (October 1, 2017): A new firmware leak adds weight to the theory that Samsung may launch the Galaxy S9 slightly earlier than previously expected. Read on to find out more.
Samsung has moved from strength to strength and is arguably the most successful Android phone maker of the year. The company is consistently turning out high-quality flagship phones that always review well in our own tests, so it’s fair to say we’re excited to see what’s next.
The working theory is that Samsung plans to release a new top-end phone called the Samsung Galaxy S9 in the early part of next year – we’ll go into more specifics on launch timing further down this page. The handset is expected to introduce a number of hardware and software upgrades, and possibly even a new design.
ANS/ According to a Sammobile report in late September 2017, Samsung has already begun development on the firmware for two Samsung Galaxy S9 models.
For reference, Sammobile is a specialist Samsung blog that has a highly accurate track record for Samsung mobile leaks.that the firmware The report notes names are as follows: G960FXXU0AQI5 and G965FXXU0AQI5.
From those monikers, we’re able to discern the model numbers for the next flagship Samsung phones, too. The Samsung Galaxy S9 will probably be called SM-G960, while the Galaxy S9+ will likely be dubbed SM-G965.
ANS/ That’s already been rumored to be the case, with previous leaks suggesting we’d see a debut in February, and a retail release very shortly thereafter.
ANS/ The launching price of Samsung Galaxy S9 in the UK for £600 around and also add some accessories inside the box as the rumor flow.
AS PER REPORT
The Bell reported that Samsung is already working on the Samsung Galaxy S9 under the codenames of ‘Star’ and ‘Star 2’ – to denote the standard and ‘Plus’ editions.
How Samsung Galaxy S Series Release Date?
THE MAJORITY OF SAMSUNG S SERIES PHONE ANNOUNCED IN EITHER FEBRUARY OR MARCH AND COINCIDE WITH BARCELONA ANNUAL MOBILE CONGRESS TECHNOLOGY TRAD SHOW.
Let’s review historical Samsung phone launch timings
AS THE JOURNEY OF SAMSUNG GALAXY S SERIES MAKES THE WHOLE TECHNO MARKET TOWARDS IT
- Samsung Galaxy S8 – Reveal: March 29 | Release: April 21
- Samsung Galaxy S7 – Reveal: February 21 | Release: March 11
- Samsung Galaxy S6 – Reveal: March 1 | Release: April 10
- Samsung Galaxy S5 – Reveal: February 24 | Release: April 11
- Samsung Galaxy S4 – Reveal: March 14 | Release: April 27
- Samsung Galaxy s3 – Reveal: May 3 | Release: May 29
- Samsung Galaxy S2 – Reveal: February 13 | Release: May 2
- Samsung Galaxy S – Reveal: March | Release: June 4
It’s not difficult to discern an obvious pattern. Similarly, the vast majority of actual retail releases take place in either April or March, so both are a safe bet.
The good news is that we already have dates for Mobile World Congress next year: it runs from February 26 to March 1, 2018. With that in mind, we’d expect the Samsung Galaxy S9 launch date to be February 25, 2018.
THE DESIGN OF SAMSUNG GALAXY S9 AND THE DISPLAY
(It will look like new Galaxy S9)
Despite the Samsung Galaxy S9 is far off in the future, we’re still privy to a very high number of leaks and rumors about the phone.
Here are some of the key Galaxy S9 display and design tip-offs.
Curved on four sides:
In an article back in April, Korean news outlet ET News reported that Samsung was working on a new lamination process that would allow phone screens to be curved on all four edges. The report, which cited unnamed industry sources, tipped the technology as being available as early as the end of 2017, making the Samsung Galaxy S9 a potential host device for the new display.
However, the report goes on to suggest that these displays will be improved by the addition of an on-screen fingerprint sensor. That’s good news, as one of the chief complaints about recent Samsung phones is the awkward placement of the fingerprint scanner next to the rear camera – smudge central, basically.
Samsung is also planning to introduce magnetic pins on the back of the phone that will allow external modules to be attached and these modules could include improved camera lenses, a battery pack, or additional sensors.
Camera power of Galaxy S9:
A tip-off from South Korea’s ETNews suggests that Samsung is working on a camera sensor that’s capable of shooting at 1,000 frames per second, in a bid to rival the one featured on the Sony Xperia XZ1 and Xperia XZ1 Premium.
The sensor is tipped to enter mass production in November, which should make it possible to be included in the Galaxy S9 – especially given that other components destined for the phone are also expected to be available at the same time.
The Specs and Features of Galaxy S9:
We won’t hear much information about finer Samsung Galaxy S9 details for a while, but given the long run-up to a processor launch, we already have a good idea of what to expect in terms of the Galaxy S9 CPU.
Samsung phones typically ship with two different chips, either of which will be selected for a certain market region where the phone will be on sale. You’ll either get a Samsung-built Exynos chipset or a Qualcomm-designed Snapdragon chipset.
Back in April 2017, Aju Business Daily reported that Samsung and Qualcomm were already in development on the upcoming Snapdragon 845 chipset, the processor expected to power the Galaxy S9. At the time, it was reported that the chip would be manufactured by either Samsung or Taiwan’s TSMC.
More excitingly, a report from ZDNet Korea reported that Samsung was already hoping to produce 7nm CPU architecture for use at the beginning of 2018. This would gel perfectly with the estimated release timeframe for the Snapdragon 845 chipset.
The 7nm chip architecture denotes the manufacturing process, and simply refers to the distance between each transistor – those are the tiny electronic switches that enable computing tasks to take place. A smaller number is better because it means you can fit more transistors onto a single chip, paving the way for more power and better power efficiency overall.
According to Ice Universe, it seems we’ll be seeing a similar story play out in 2018, but there’s no proof yet. For a start, Qualcomm hasn’t even announced a Snapdragon 845, never mind confirming Samsung as a manufacturing partner. We’ll have to take this leak with due caution until we hear more, unfortunately.
The other big news is that Samsung is going to pack its next Exynos chipset with an LTE modem capable of 1.2Gbps download speeds.
The Cat.18 6CA–supported LTE modem is 20% faster than last year’s and will likely to make it into select regional versions of the Galaxy S9. Samsung says the modem will make the most of existing 4G networks and help set the stage for 5G.
“With the increase of high-quality online content services, the demand for high-performance LTE modems continue to rise as well,” said Woon having Hur the VP of LSI Protocol Development.
“The 1.2Gbps maximum downlink speed with 6CA support highlights Samsung’s leading design capabilities and well positions Samsung for the upcoming 5G era.”
The Samsung Galaxy S9 will run on Google’s new Android Oreo software, which you can read about here: Android 8.0 Oreo and the chip will go into full production by the end of the year
Samsung hasn’t launched any phones with Oreo on board just yet, but it’s heavily rumored that the company is already hard at work on an Android 8.0 update for the Galaxy S8. That’s partly why we’d be very surprised if the Samsung Galaxy S9 didn’t have Oreo on board from the get-go.
We’re also going by precedent, as new Samsung Galaxy S-series phones typically always launch with the latest version of Google’s Android mobile OS on board.
NEW CONCEPT OF SAMSUNG GALAXY S9
It has not been confirmed that the concept of Samsung galaxy would be same as the picture below but it has seen much in the way of Galaxy S9 concepts