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Samsung Galaxy S9 passes scratch, burn, and bend tests with flying colours

12 March 2018

Samsung Electronics Co. said Monday it hosted a showcase event of the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus in Mexico, which is one of 70 countries where the smartphones will hit shelves this week.

This is around two million more than achieved by the S8 and S8 Plus.

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Recent reports suggest that Samsung plans to ship 43 million units of its flagship Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus smartphones. Released past year, the smartphone was previously known as the A5, but the company has changed its name so that users associate it with the flagship models. Popular YouTuber JerryRigEverything has tortured the flagship smartphone to test its durability.

Some insider sources have revealed that 180,000 units of the handsets are already sold through pre-orders. However, when this Microsoft Edition label started being widely reported previous year, Samsung issued a statement saying "There is not a "Microsoft Edition" brand of any Samsung Galaxy products". The biggest is the fact that the Galaxy S9 is highly iterative, featuring the same design as its predecessor and only a small number of additions to its features set.

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The Nougat-flavored nightmare is about to end for worldwide users of both the Galaxy S8 duo and the fall 2017-released Galaxy Note 8, according to reports coming from Turkey and Canada. Most major smartphone makers, including Samsung, Apple and Huawei saw their sales decline in the three months due to a longer handset-replacement cycle of consumers.

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Samsung Galaxy S9 passes scratch, burn, and bend tests with flying colours