We’ll be covering all of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus launch dates and pricing on this week’s article, but for now, let’s take a look at what you can expect from Samsung’s flagship phones.
The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will feature a large display, and there are a few specs that will give you a pretty good idea of what to expect.
Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy Note 10.1 is the most powerful Android phone on the market, and it will pack an octa-core processor, quad-core Snapdragon 835 chipset, 16GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and a 4.7-inch display.
The Note 10 will also come with a Snapdragon 845 processor, 8GB of GDDR5 RAM, and 8GB storage.
The S9 will pack a Snapdragon 820 chipset, 8MP camera, 4K video recording, and dual-SIM.
Finally, the S9 Edge will pack the Snapdragon 860 chipset, Adreno 540 GPU, 8mp camera, 6GB of memory, and 2,300mAh battery.
All these phones will feature Samsung’s own Exynos 8895 chip, with Samsung claiming that the Snapdragon 820 is the only new part of the Exynus 8895 that will be available to buy for the Galaxy 9 series.
The Exynuses 8895 is a new design that is designed to take advantage of Exyno 8845 CPUs, and will be capable of up to three times the performance of the Snapdragon 800.
The Snapdragon 880 is the base Exynon 8870 chip, and the Snapdragon 752 is the second generation of the design.
The difference between the two is that the Samsung Exynons have a slightly lower base clock speed, so the Galaxy 8 series has the option to choose between the faster Snapdragon 895 or the slightly slower Snapdragon 875.
Both chipsets will offer dual-core CPU performance, and both will support the HSPA+ bands.
The final phone is the Galaxy ExynoS 7430.
Samsung claims that the Exys 7430 will be the fastest processor around, and that it will be up to a staggering 20% faster than the Snapdragon 652.
The device will also feature 4K recording and dual front cameras, and can be equipped with the Exos 7430’s own 5GHz bands.
Samsung is expected to release the Exes 7430 in August, with a Q4 release window.
The Q4 launch window will come before Samsung unveils the Galaxy 7 series.
That’s not a long time to wait, and we’re looking forward to seeing how Samsung’s new processors stack up against the competition.