Samsung plans to introduce the Galaxy S9 and S9 + at CES

Samsung plans to showcase the next generation of its Galaxy S phones earlier than usual, according to a person familiar with the company's plans. The Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 + Galaxy are scheduled for the first time in January, (CES 2018) in Las Vegas.

There have been many reports about the details of the new phone models, but it is not yet clear how many details Samsung will unveil at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2018). Samsung seems to be still considering an event The official launch of the devices in March 2018, as it did this year with the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus.

The information indicates that the phones are almost identical in appearance and shape with the 2017 phones of the same series, which fall under the term "tek", allowing the coming phones to fall under the term "tuk", and the use of the word "tic tuk" in class The first to describe Apple usually alternating between the launch of the phone for the iPhone new design in the first year and reuse the same design in the second year with a simple upgrade specifications.

It appears that Samsung may use the same style used by Apple, as evidenced by the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S7, and the new phones fall under the aliases Star 1 and Star 2, and the numbers of the model SM-G960 and SM-G965, The phones S9 and S9 + With the same screen size as the 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch curved edges of the Infiniti Super AMOLED Infinity.

However, it is said that the company may use 10nm processors, suggesting that the next-generation Snapdragon 845 processors will be used with the Xenos model similar to some regions, although the S8 and S8 + phones are almost identical in everything, But there may be some changes in the new phones.

The larger version S9 + may have more than 6GB of RAM compared to 4 GB for the smaller version S9, with a dual background camera similar to Note 8, while phones may get 64GB of internal storage space, with a MicroSD slot, with Add AKG stereo speakers, with a fingerprint sensor at the back of the phone.

Samsung plans to introduce a DeX-compatible phone platform so that phones can be placed on the platform flat and allow the display to act as a touchpad or virtual keyboard. The DeX platform is the technology that gives compatible smartphones the experience of working as a desktop when using an external display with Keyboard and mouse.
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