This new Exynos processor could power Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S9

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15 Noviembre, 2017

As for now, the only new sensor at this time is 3D facial recognition.

Neither of these rumoured features have been confirmed.

Details of the phone were revealed on Weibo by famous Samsung leakster "Ice Universe".

The South Korean technology company this month unveiled its all-new mobile processor, which is created to power top-of-the-line smartphones like the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9, when they launch next year.

Samsung's A series usually debuts around the turn of the year, and 2018's editions are not going to be any exception.

Besides, Samsung Galaxy S7 has 4 GB RAM, 32GB internal memory, 200 GB micro SD card slot, hybrid dual SIM (the SIM2 slot can be used for micro SD card or the SIM2), and Samsung Exynos chipset.

It was a given that Samsung would unveil a new processor sometime before the launch of the Galaxy S9 next year, and the company has just made its Exynos 9810 official.

In the press release, Samsung quietly includes another interesting tidbit. Looking at these pictures, the flagship is expected to get a dual-camera in a vertical position, which offers tremendous benefits. Each year the phones sport an upgrade in terms of design and specifications, though these don't run the high-end processors like the Samsung Galaxy S series or the Note series.

By having a first impression of the Galaxy S9 through these CAD renders, Samsung might think of having a change of heart as far as the camera positioning goes. It is still unclear what Samsung will do at the moment.

There would be at least one benefit to this camera rearranging: The fingerprint sensor would be lower and easier to reach. From Apple iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to Google Pixel 2 and even OnePlus 5, all premium smartphones took the global smartphone market by storm.

This new flagship will reportedly boast a foldable OLED display.

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