Samsung's Galaxy X speculated to be launched in December this year


The newest addition to Samsung's Galaxy range of phones is not expected to be radically different from its predecessor, at least in terms of appearance. Moreover, the Galaxy C7 Pro has Samsung's Always-On display and supports Samsung Pay.

"It has a dual-front camera setup - offered for the first time by Samsung, 6GB RAM, 64GB internal memory, a large Infinity Display and stunning ergonomic design that draws on Samsung's flagship design heritage and experience", he added. That, however, has been proven to be inaccurate and the media in Samsung's native country was speculating a launch date of the Galaxy S9 on February 26, the day the MWC 2018 kicks off. This is probably because the Galaxy S8 featured a completely overhauled design, which was very well received by the smartphone market. The Galaxy X assembly would start a couple of months later in November.

The leak says that Samsung Galaxy S9 will come with 4 GB RAM and 64GB/128GB storage variants.

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DJ Koh, the president of Samsung's mobile division, told ZDNet, that the device's release date will be revealed at the event with most observers anticipating that it will go on sale in March. Both the sensors enable the Galaxy A8+ to provide blurred background in images with a Bokeh effect. However, rumor mongers were busy convincing others of Samsung's plans to push ahead with the launch of its "S" series flagship early so that a CES launch of the phone could be a distinct possibility. There are no further updates from Samsung if the company will provide new updates about the Galaxy X during the MWC. India will get the Exynos version.

Most of the rumours and reports suggest that the most noticeable cosmetic change will be a redesign of the fingerprint scanner, which was small and awkwardly positioned on the S8. Despite this, it's what the update brings to the Galaxy Note 8 that really counts.