Recently, Samsung Galaxy S9 series' cover case images surfaced online revealing that the standard Galaxy S9 will have just one primary shooter on the back, whereas the S9+ will have a dual-camera sensor similar to the Galaxy Note8.
As per reports, Samsung will launch the Galaxy S9 in two variants: one with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, and another with 4G B RAM and 128GB storage.
The mobile boss also said that Bixby 2.0 will be launched within the year and stressed that all Samsung devices will support the virtual assistant by 2020.
They are rumoured to come with in-display fingerprint sensors developed by Synaptics and improve on the Infinity Display with much thinner bezels compared to the predecessor.
Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus have seen quite a few leaks, especially on China's Weibo platform. Both the smartphones will pack a 64GB of internal storage, which could be further expanded via micro SD card slot and both of them will feature a 3.5mm headphone jack. Ming-Chi Kuo noted that Android vendors including Samsung wouldn't be able to replicate Face ID's complex technology for at least 18-24 months.
Koh also said that the company was planning to launch its foldable phone sometime next year. Turns out, that vendor was Vivo. We have come across a number of leaks, rumors and renders of the smartphones, hinting at the design, specifications and features. But it would boast of an optical fingerprint scanner, a feature that neither iPhone X nor Galaxy S8 has.
Samsung Galaxy S9 series is expected to come with 10nm class chipsets, and, depending on the region of sale, will be offered with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (in the US, China and select countries) or Samsung's Exynos 9810 series (in India, Europe and other places).