Samsung to launch Galaxy S9 in February

Samsung Galaxy S8

Samsung Galaxy S8

The Bixby 2.0 is scheduled to be launched within this year and excitingly enough for its customer base, all Samsung devices are targeted to be compatible to the virtual assistant, powered with AI features in all of its home appliances by 2020. However, there we also some reports that claimed that it will be released at MWC 2018 in February.

And now we know that this is indeed the case. Samsung's all-new A8+ dives straight into that zone with a price tag that matches the OnePlus 5T down to the rupee. While core hardware specs will obviously see an overhaul, it's being said that the Galaxy S9+ may have a whopping 512GB storage variant for select markets.

Talking about speed, the handset comes with 6GB of RAM, coupled with an onboard storage of 64GB that can be expanded via microSD card (up to 256GB).

In sync with the tagline of Samsung Galaxy, the Galaxy S9 shall definitely prove to be "the next big thing". The company is believed to be pitching the device to a new ultra-premium market.

The quirky half-phone, half-tablet was originally planned for a 2018 launch, but that's not looking likely any more. Samsung Mobile president DJ Koh has said that the next flagship will be unveiled at Mobile World Congress in February; dashing hopes that Samsung would be making an earlier announcement. The Deep Discharge Protection Tool promises to do just that by warning you when your battery starts to drop and shutting your phone off entirely when it hits 12 per cent before you cross the point of no return.

The company will probably release the new handsets in mid-March.

Raised in North Carolina, Jeff Causey is a licensed CPA in North Carolina.

He says customers would benefit from a "truly expansive screen" for watching movies or TV, but on a device that would still be "easy to carry around". At CES, Samsung revealed... refrigerators and such. He is also using a Verizon-branded Motorola Moto Z Play Droid supplied by his job. There are also durability issues that the Korean company needs to address. You get Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box.

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