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The Galaxy Note 8 is due to be launched on August 23 in South Korea and we are already receiving reports regarding the Galaxy S9's display. Not that we have a very revealing leak for you today, but it is still quite an interesting bit of information that comes to us via ETNews.

 

Apparently, the display on the S9 will consist of Y-OCTA panels; a kind of display technology that makes using additional parts for touch detection unnecessary, because these panels have in-built touch modules. While that sounds quite amazing, what does it mean in the real world? Well it means that Samsung smartphones should cost less to manufacture in 2018 as compared to now. This would of course be a result of the fact that Samsung will become less dependent on the other suppliers to supply them with certain parts for their smartphone's displays.

 

The only device in Samsung's present arsenal which currently uses Y-OCTA panels is the regular Galaxy S8 and not even the Galaxy S8+. This was of course, not a willing decision but a forced one because they simply did not have enough supplies. Let's hope that Samsung will be able to overcome supply problems by the time the Galaxy S9 is released and that is reflected in their final pricing of the product.

 

Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)

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It has hardly been a few weeks since the Galaxy Note 8 was released to the public last month and we already have a number of leaks on our hands that seem to be pointing at some interesting details about the Galaxy S9. While it is still too early to be judging them for reliability, leaks do have a tendency to be notoriously correct these days, even the earlier ones. Whatever the situation may be, we have listed the details rumored so far in points below for you to enjoy.


·        There will be two version of the S9 as always (S9 and S9+) with curved panels


·        Model numbers on the two versions will be SM-G960 (S9) and SM-G965 (S9+)


·        Initial firmware versions will be G960FXXU0AQI5 for the S9 and G965FXXU0AQI5 for the S9+


·        They might be launching the two devices in February at the MWC 2018


·        Both devices will have a dual camera setup similar to the ones seen on the Note 8 smartphones


·        A Foldable smartphone hailed so far only as Galaxy X might also be launched alongside the two in Korea


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


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