Powering eXtended reality (XR), artificial intelligence (AI) and more
After the official announcement of the new Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+, Qualcomm was quite keen to note that its Snapdragon 845 SoC will be the one that will power all those new features in some regions.
Similar design but with new SoCs and more features
Samsung has unveiled its newest Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones at the Unpacked event at the MWC 2018 show in Barcelona, revealing two smartphones that will have a similar design but come with updated hardware and a few other features.
Alongside everything else
Samsung will have a hard time to show something new at the Galaxy S9/S9+ unveil event considering that most of the information, including specifications, pictures and, now the price, have leaked online.
Official invites sent out
Samsung has officially sent out invites for its next Unpacked event scheduled for February 25th, just a day before the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona, where the company is expected to unveil its newest flagship, the Galaxy S9.
Might even launch in March
Samsung has pulled a rather surprising move, officially confirming that the next Galaxy flagship will be unveiled at the MWC 2018 show in February.
Exynox 8910 SoC 10nm
Samsung's own website has leaked that it might call one of its future phones the Galaxy X, but this might not be the one that we expect under the Galaxy 9 designation.
Rounded will be the best you can expect
The next big thing may be bendable screens and devices, but it doesn’t look like you will see that anytime soon, at least not from Samsung.
Sounds better than 830
Some might be interested how Qualcomm chose the name Snapdragon 835, especially as most people expected to see the Snapdragon 830 replacing last year’s champion, the Snapdragon 820.