This year, Samsung will finally release its Samsung Galaxy S9. A lot are already excited about this upcoming phone. The previous design was already sleek. But the company recently announced that there will be some significant design changes to the phone.
What are the significant design changes?
Samsung released an official statement about the launching of the heart of the Galaxy S9. The Exynos 9 Series 9810 chipset.
It can be considered as the most innovative mobile processor for now by most of the users worldwide.
But I’m afraid that the same thing can’t be said for Americans.
The said chipset offers a two-fold improvement in a single core performance. Better than the Exynos 8895 which was used in Galaxy S8.
The company promised greater efficiency as well when it comes to the S9.
The phone is also full of tricks. 4K UHD can now be recorded and stabilized at up to 120fps. That is actually twice the 60fps of 2017 iPhones.
It also supports 10-bit HEVC and VP9 video formats.
A Cat.18 LET modem is also a great addition. With up to 6x carrier aggregation, it can deliver up to 1.2Gbps downlink and 200Mbps uplink.
What more can you ask for, right?
Also, the Exyno 9810 will be using neutral networks for scanning a user’s face. This will help for added security and privacy of the users.
I mentioned earlier that this bad news is for Americans.
We all know that 120fps 4K UHD video recording can’t be handled by Snapdragon 845 chipset. Well, guess what? The US will be receiving the S9 with this chipset.
I know it’s going to be a real bummer for US peeps.
Samsung might do something to support the feature even with the Snapdragon 845 chipset but it will affect some other features. And users won’t want that as well.
Well, let’s just wait and find out. Maybe Samsung will reconsider their chipset for the US.