Galaxy s9 and Galaxy s9 plus are spotted at FCC, i.e The United States Federal communications commission certified two Samsung made flagship devices, those are believed to be the galaxy s9 and galaxy s9plus, as documents published by the regulator on Wednesday, but some specific versions are yet to receive approval from the ‘FCC’. The model numbers of these two flagships are known to be as G960F for Galaxy s9 and SM-G965F for Galaxy s9 plus. According to the fcc’s database, the appearance of these galaxy s9 series is being ready for commercial release in the United States and some other major countries.
Galaxy-s9 and Galaxy-s9 Plus
According to a wide variety of reports, leaks, and rumors that emerged online in recent months, the Galaxy S9 lineup won’t be a significant departure from the Galaxy S8 family and will instead be positioned to deliver a refined user experience that’s more likely to prompt more consumers to embrace Samsung’s bezel-less devices than it is to convince existing owners of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus to upgrade.
The Galaxy S9plus should have 6GB of RAM as opposed to 4GB and adopt a dual-camera setup similar to the one featured by the Galaxy Note 8, though with two sensors arranged in a vertical manner. Samsung is widely expected to officially announce its Android 8.0 Oreo-powered flagships at Mobile World Congress 2018 which is starting in late February, with both devices being rumored for an early March release. Pricing details of the Galaxy S9 lineup remain unclear but the series is likely to start at around $700.
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip in the US, the global version will come in Soc based on Samsung Processors.
- 6gb ram and 64gb storage
- Under Display Fringer print sensor with ‘IRIS’ scanner
- The Display comes with 4k UHD resolution
- Dual camera with an improved Aperture compared S8
- Android 8.0 oreo out-of-the-box
Looking at actual Galaxy-S9 release dates, however, we expect a launch late-February or early March. With a global release following sometime between mid-March and late-April.