Samsung CONFIRMS Galaxy A5 2018 Via Support Page

Is Samsung Going To Release A Galaxy S9 Mini Next Year?

Is Samsung Going To Release A Galaxy S9 Mini Next Year?

The Galaxy S9 is expected to ditch the fingerprint sensor and introduce some kind of facial recognition technology as well as Samsung's existing iris scanner.

According to Samsung, the new Exynos 9810 processor will be manufactured with third generation custom CPU cores coupled with gigabit 4G LTE modem with 6CA support. And from the sounds of it, it could give the iPhone X a run for its money while simultaneously solving one of the worst problems of the Galaxy S8. It is further reported that Samsung will have dual cameras on the back with 16MP+16MP sensors, as well as dual front cameras with 12MP+12MP sensors, which we find it to be quite a stretch. Of course, the official page doesn't have any details about the device, except for the model number being mentioned.

Even if the tipster is wrong, keep in mind that Samsung delayed the Galaxy S8 launch by a few weeks this year, as it still had to deal with the Galaxy Note 7 disaster. In any case, if Samsung really opts to release a 4-inch phone with somewhat thin bezels, the Galaxy S9 Mini will be considerably smaller than the iPhone SE, so you can imagine how compact that device would be.

The report adds the Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 got FCC approval on November 9. The phone is also water and resistant and thus have been IP68 certified.

Previous years have seen the Galaxy A-Series launching VERY early in the calendar, so we're expecting it to arrive soon inside 2018. It will be interesting to see whether Samsung will make this phone to be a mid-range offering, or will we actually see a really compact flagship from this Korea-based tech giant.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 has a 12-megapixel camera with F1.7 aperture offering brighter images. Going by the rumours, the S9 series of phones are expected to come with S8-like infinity display.

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