Why you shouldn't expect anything insane from the new Samsung Galaxy S9

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Hence, the 2018 Galaxy A smartphones are expected to launch soon either before the end of the year or early 2018.

The Galaxy A5 (2018) is set to adopt the same design language as Samsung's flagship range and will include the firm's trademark Infinity Display. In the meantime, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Note 8 are now available in markets worldwide.

The fingerprint reader looks like to be located directly beneath the camera, which will make it much easier to access for the individual.

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According to a patent filed by Samsung on the trademarking company Kilpin, the Samsung Galaxy S9 handhelds will have a fingerprint sensor on a small space on the front of the device. Would you get a Mini version if Samsung chose to release one? The left edge of the phone is populated by the volume buttons and what can only be assumed as the dedicated Bixby button. It's just that many customers may expect Samsung phones to do everything an iPhone can, and perhaps even more. From the leaked images, it appears that Samsung seems to have fixed that issue. For the record, this is also the first time in a Galaxy S series line-up that the dual-camera feature is utilized. While no specific processor was mentioned, it is said to employ 10-nanometer fabrication techniques, which is highly suggestive of the upcoming Snapdragon 845 from Qualcomm (and likely a similar Exynos model for some regions). The larger device is apparently getting a RAM of 6GB instead of a 4GB that's seen on S9, and also a second rear camera just like the one seen on Note8.

It is not yet confirmed how many of these reported features will be showcased at the CES.

Although there's no confirmation yet, the Galaxy A5 is expected to be announced sometime in January 2018 alongside the Galaxy A7. This is already a feature of the Galaxy Note series, of course, but Samsung is now ready to improve the photographic specs of its flagship as well.