Samsung getting set to launch Galaxy S9
The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are expected to launch within the next couple of months. As usual there are leaks about the new models and their features. Early rumours stir up discussions on their RAM storage variants that can be expected from the two handsets. It is also suggested that there will be more differences between the two models than just the screen size and dual rear camera set up as previously thought. According to sources in the Chinese social networking scene, Samsung with launch the S9 with 4GB RAM and buyers will have a choice of 64GB and 128GB for internal storage, double what the Galaxy S8 offered which could be good news.
The Galaxy S9+ however, is rumoured to come with 6GB RAM as standard, but with the option to have 64GB, 128Gb and also 256GB at purchase and possibly a 512GB variant for limited quantities and countries.
The two models are expected to go into mass production this month, retain their Infinity Display design language and have the same 5.8-inch and 6.3-inch display panels of their respective predecessors with slightly narrower bezels around the display in comparison.
Battery life is becoming more and more important and the Galaxy S9 is said to have a 3200mAh battery whilst the + plus model is not yet known but they are both said to feature faster charging.