Inside: Galaxy S9 will be the most expensive smartphone in the history of the Galaxy lineup

By: Eugene Sherban | 29.01.2018, 12:41
Inside: Galaxy S9 will be the most expensive smartphone in the history of the Galaxy lineup

An insider known in   tweeted under the nickname Ricciolo, claims that the new Galaxy S9 will become the most expensive flagship in   line of Samsung. AND   this is a little strange, because S9, judging by   insiders, will be an improved version of S8, and   Surprises such as a folding screen Samsung has reserved Galaxy S10.

How much will rise in price

The base version of last year's Galaxy S8 was priced from   $ 700, and   S8 + started with   marks in   $ 800. AND   how much will this price increase, the insider, to   Unfortunately, not   He speaks. Instead, there is a hypha with a surprised cat . Therefore, we reserve ourselves with patience until   February 25, when representatives of Samsung on   MWC will show all themselves and   will tell.

What to expect from   Galaxy S9

Recently in   The network has drained the Galaxy S9 box with   technical characteristics. AND   that's what we are   from there they learned. Have   The smartphone will have Super AMOLED display resolution Quad HD +. Interestingly, Samsung indicates 2 diagonals of the screen. If taken in   accounting for the rounded edges of the screen, then   the diagonal of the Galaxy S9 will be 5.6 inches. A   here if measured from   edge to   edge, then   it will be 5.8 inches.

Iron: 4 GB   RAM and   64 GB   built-in. Behind   processor on   nothing   it is said, but   It has long been known that this will be Snapdragon 845. Or the new Exynos 9810 in   version of the Galaxy S9 for some countries.

So   The factory box confirms that   smartphone will be a pumped Dual Pixel camera that supports variable aperture f / 1. 5-f / 2.2. Plus a front-end on   8   Mp. In addition, S9 will receive an iris scanner, and   dust-moisture protection class IP68. So   same promise wireless charging and   headphones AKG in   bundled.

Source: Twitter