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Samsung releases red, gold Galaxy S9s in S. Korea

17 May 2018

Once the company is done with both the device, Samsung is rumored to launch Galaxy X at MWC next year. It is humored that the Galaxy Note 9 launch will be only a simple update.

So these claims do have some base to them.

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Samsung is known to shake things up with special color options for its high-end smartphones, sometimes offering them exclusively through Best Buy. The more the merrier. Now, the South Korean company has officially announced the new color alongside a Sunrise Gold.

The Galaxy S9 has a continuous design compared to its predecessor.

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Samsung normally uses Tizen processor for devices with 1GB RAM, however, that is only optimized for smartphones that don't run Android. No words on USA availability, alas, although the "satin gloss finish" is supposed to be "coming soon" to unnamed "additional markets". The tablet and the successor to the Galaxy Tab S3 has now been seen on Geekbench and we know Samsung's approach by now when it comes to hardware specifications. This will let Samsung embed the new series of display in its next flagship device. The Galaxy S9 sports a single camera on the back, while the Galaxy S9 Plus features two cameras back there. According to the report, this means that Samsung is on track to roll out the Galaxy Note 9 one month earlier, as early as August.

The Galaxy S10's rumoured 3D-sensing module is being developed by camera firms Mantis Vision and Woodgate, The Bell notes. There is only one mobile SoC that has the above features and that is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835.

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Samsung releases red, gold Galaxy S9s in S. Korea