South Korean phone maker Samsung says the smartphone ecosystem has already been transformed by "smart IoT-based devices", driven by artificial intelligence (AI) and the cloud platform, in line with Industrial Revolution 4.0.
The company hasn't announced a powerful mid-range smartphone yet this year, but it looks like the next-gen Galaxy J smartphones will be the ones. That should no longer be an issue and with the change it shows that Samsung was listening to its consumers. It is also possible to install the update via Samsung Smart Switch. Samsung during the event confirmed that the bezels on the Galaxy S9 and S9+ have been further narrowed from the S8 and S8+. Sadly, it's only available on the Plus model since the feature is enabled by the secondary camera sensor. It features a rear camera with a variable aperture that can be automatically or manually switched between F1.5 and F2.4. The DRAM captures video at super slow-mo speeds of 960 frames. Both the Galaxy S9 and S9+ have a 3K QHD+ OLED display with a resolution of 1440 x 2960 pixels and an aspect ratio of 18.5:9. Now, tests are seemingly confirming Samsung's claims.
Night photography could not have gotten easier as Samsung's one of a kind dual aperture system automatically adjusts for low lighting, giving you the sharpest and most noise-free picture quality in the market. Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus has a similar design like Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus but with improved biometric scores.
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A source said that Samsung aimed to ship 43 million units of the S9 and S9 Plus though it could revise the sales goal depending on market conditions. Added to that is the strong adhesive coupled with the waterproof system that holds together the glass panels to the frame, which makes it hard to open them.
According to the trade-in site Galaxy S8 owners can now expect to get around £320 for their Galaxy S8 if it's good condition. This is absolutely on par with essentially every other smartphone around (with the exception of sapphire screens that only begin to scratch at a level 8), and means the Galaxy S9's display should hold up fine against razor blades, coins, and keys.