After Samsung S9 and S9 + the company plans to revive the Mini series and introduce a five-inch version of the Galaxy S9.

Samsung is developing the firmware for new smartphones, and thanks to it it became known that in 2018 will be released two models: Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 +.

New Galaxy will receive the numbers G960FXXU0AQI5 and G965FXXU0AQI5. This confirms that the Galaxy S9 will be known as SM-G960, and S9 + as SM-G965.

Rumors about future gadgets are still a bit, but you can already make some assumptions:

  • S9 and S9 + will have a frameless screen;
  • In the flagships of 2018, Samsung will have a Snapdragon 845 processor;
  • Smartphones will have a dual camera with a frequency of 1000 frames per second for super-slow video;
  • Telephones should be submitted after March 29, 2018 in New York, and their sales will begin in April 2018.

In Twitter, there was a leak about the model series Galaxy S9. User Ice Universe reports that in early 2018, Samsung can release three smartphones..

rumors that the company plans to revive the Mini series and introduce a five-inch version of the Galaxy S9. The smartphone will receive the same frame less screen with curved edges, as well as the older model.

In addition to information about the display, the leak no longer contains any data about the characteristics of the smartphone. From what is known now, we can say that the Galaxy S9 lineup will be presented in the first quarter of next year. Earlier there were rumors about the release of Galaxy S8 Mini and Galaxy S7 Mini. But not one of them did not come true.

On the one hand, users often prefer smartphone models of “plus” size. This is one of the reasons that manufacturers of smartphones avoid the release of flagship devices with a smaller diagonal. On the other hand, the four-inch iPhone SE was incredibly popular. The news about a possible exit Galaxy S9 Mini also received positive feedback.

According to rumors, Apple next year also plans to release three devices : a successor to the iPhone X, an increased model of the iPhone X Plus and, most likely, a cheaper version of the iSet featured imagePhone with an IPS-screen.

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