The Galaxy S9, S9+ And Note 9 Will Use The Exact Same Screen Sizes As Their Predecessors – Reports Suggest !

Last Updated : 2017-11-08No Comments Filed Under : News
The Galaxy S9, S9+ And Note 9 Will Use The Exact Same Screen Sizes As Their Predecessors – Reports Suggest !
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The next Samsung Flagships that are the most hyped devices of the early 2018 will be the Galaxy S9 & S9+. And later the Note 9 will also enter the list. But, we already know a lot about the Specifications of the device. Now, a new report suggests that these devices will use the exact same display sizes as their predecessors.

 

The Galaxy S9, S9+ And Note 9 Will Use The Exact Same Screen Sizes As Their Predecessors - Reports Suggest

 

So, as you can see in the image above, the screens of S9, S9+ & the Note 9 has been listed as 5.8 (5.77), 6.2 (6.22) & 6.3 (6.32) inches just like the S8, S8+ & the Note 8 that we currently have available. But, we don’t know what design approach they’ll be using in these devices.

As far the hardware goes, all of these devices will be using the Snapdragon 845 that’ll hopefully built on the new 8nm Process Technology. The Cameras are also expected to see huge improvements on board & Samsung may use a f-1.6 lens just not only on the back but, also on the front.

The production was rumored to start on December 2017  so, we are expecting the S9 to arrive pretty soon. So, we are expecting a lot from the S9 series & the Note 9. So, let’s see what Samsung can do with these devices. But, we hope that they fit the Fingerprint Scanner under the screen cause the current position just sucks. So, Samsung make sure to do your best with the S9.

 

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