Samsung Galaxy S9 Launch Video Leaked Ahead Of Official Launch

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Launch Video Leaked Ahead Of Official Launch

A lot of new smartphones launched this year, but the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 PLus will be the first true flagships of the year.

The little more than three-minute-long video was uploaded by the company, but it was immediately removed from YouTube - certainly to maintain secrecy.

Here s everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. However, folks at Slashleaks have managed to release the same video through their YouTube channel to help us understand what all be the major developments that are taking place at Samsung's Unpacked 2018 event in Barcelona.

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The Samsung Galaxy S9 design changes include the relocation of the fingerprint scanner to under the camera. Yes, there will be a ton of surprises in store for us during the launch but the Galaxy 9 and the Samsung Galaxy S9 will definitely steal the show. The new handsets will be water- and dustproof too, just like their predecessors. The only interesting part of the presentation will be the camera of the Samsung Galaxy S9. The global variant of the phones will be powered by the Exynos 9810 processor, while the USA variant will have the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. While only the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus got a dual camera, the smaller S9 also got an improvement. Even so, they will be quite powerful and fast.

Firstly we'd love to see more from DeX, the dock for the Galaxy phones that allows you to connect monitors and keyboards to the phone and turn the device into a fully-fledged PC environment.

The South Korean giant has been very discreet about the details of the Galaxy S9 duo.

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It's not exactly the same, mind you, as you use your phone much more than you'd use your TV, but according to Gartner's research, it's making a dent in the expected smartphone sales.

It won't just be Samsung that talks new devices in the next week, with news from nearly every major expected, and that means more things to look forward to if you've owned a phone for longer than a year.

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