Galaxy S9 Benchmarks Reportedly Leak, and It's No iPhone X

Isaac Cain
November 17, 2017

The update is rolling out with the firmware version G930FXXS1DQK1 and G935FXXS1DQK1 on Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge respectively. But those rumors turned out to be false and Samsung did not release a mini version of their flagship device.

Nearly any new smartphone launch has a regular and "plus" sized product to offer, but Samsung is looking to push those bounds.

Samsung pushed the release of its Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus nearly by a month in order to confirm its devices out of any fault. Of course, they never quite measure up to Apple's latest iPhone models, and it appears as though that may be especially true when the new Galaxy S phones debut early next year.

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According to Ice Universe, a reliable source of information who has previously leaked correct information about Samsung devices, there will be three Galaxy S9 models next year, debunking stories that there will only be two Galaxy S9 models. Also, it is expected that Samsung will launch the lower model i.e. Galaxy S9 will 64Gb of internal storage while the big screen variant will come with a 128GB of internal storage.

Like the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, the Galaxy S9 Mini is expected to come with the Infinity Display feature, with the screen curving around the edges of the smartphone.

Sasmung's flagship smartphones are always among the most powerful handsets in the world when they launch, and we expect the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ to keep that trend going. Samsung has also made a name for themselves after the Note 7 fiasco.

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