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Samsung Galaxy S9: what we want to see

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There is only one image of the device in the leak, but it shows a large phone running Bixby, Samsung's own virtual assistant.

The S8 line is faring especially well in Samsung's home country of South Korea.

We so far know nothing about when the Samsung Galaxy S9 will be announced, so we'll just have to go off what Samsung has done in the past. While it could be the Galaxy Note 8, there's plenty of reason to approach this with a lot of skepticism.

It seems that a large number of users are very much interested in the 18.5:9 screen ratio of the Galaxy S8. Now, the company reportedly claims that the pre-orders for its latest Galaxy S8 has exceeded Galaxy S7's demand.

In terms of the United States, the Midnight Black S8+ is the phone's best-selling model.

No word on pricing yet, though given the RRP of the Galaxy S8, you can expect to pay a pretty penny for this handset once it's official.

After showcasing the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus late last month, Samsung Electronics kicked off local preorders on Friday which will last until next Monday.

The companies have also made Samsung Galaxy S8 Smartphone hit the tech market with free gifts, which includes Bluetooth speakers and Smartphone accessories. "Samsung will NOT be offering refurbished Galaxy Note 7 devices for RENT OR SALE in the USA".

The phone's strong sales in South Korea have been boosted by Samsung's aggressive marketing campaign.

What we can safely predict is the Samsung Galaxy S9 is sure to be expensive, as the Galaxy S8 launched at $720, £689, AU$1,199.

Samsung didn't have a promising second half in 2016 owing to the Galaxy Note 7 battery explosion fiasco. This is definitely what Samsung wanted especially after what the Note 7 had gone through. In these videos, we get to see the differences and similarities between the two camera setups, although determining a victor is a lot more objective than with speed tests.

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