Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9

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According to a report, Samsung was working on two Galaxy S9 prototypes, one with front-facing in-display fingerprint sensor and other with rear fingerprint sensor.

The video has been pulled since but has already been scraped and re-uploaded on YouTube. Of course, a number of people downloaded the Galaxy S9 video before it was pulled, and you can watch the full thing below.

As the new devices are likely to showcae novelties and innovations, Samsung has given adequate hint through its launch video, which managed to sneak out in public a little bit early.

If the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ didn't look impressive to you before, that should cast away any doubt that these are major upgrades despite bearing a striking resemblance to last year's Galaxy S8 and S8+.

3-The rumour mill has already churned out the chips that Samsung plans to pop in its new Galaxy S9 and S9+ handsets.

The big focus is around camera and a new dual aperture system on both phones. The only interesting part of the presentation will be the camera of the Samsung Galaxy S9.

4-Face ID is up and running on Apple's iPhone X but Samsung, never to be outdone, appears to be launching its own version on the Galaxy S9 and S9+. In terms of operating power, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will have the latest-generation processors, namely either the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 or the Exynos 9810, depending on the country.

At this point, we've seen the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ so many times that it seems like Samsung announced them months ago. The dedicated Bixby button is also here to stay, even though not many Samsung Galaxy S-series users were exactly excited about it. Stay tuned and we will keep you in the loop with all the information you need to have in case you are planning to buy the new Samsung Galaxy S9 or the S9 Plus. Thanks to this, users will be able to easily use their smartphones paired with a computer, allowing them to complete work with the help of their smartphone quite effectively.

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