Samsung Galaxy S9 to come with 4GB of RAM


This year, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus rank among the most desired smartphones out there. Samsung’s new pair of smartphones made a gigantic hit when they made their debut back in April 2017. Samsung has sold millions of Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus units since the launch day. While a lot of customers still have not got a chance to lay their hands on Samsung’s latest flagship smartphones, rumors about the Galaxy S9 have started to make their way into the internet.

Some recent reports claim that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 845 chipset at launch, promising to deliver a significant boost in performance when compared to this year’s models. Besides, the Galaxy S9 is also believed to run Android 8.0. Back in April, sources claimed that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will be among the first to get the Snapdragon 845 processor at launch.

Sources claim that Samsung has been working on a device that has the model number of SM-G960 at one of the company’s plants. Sources also say that the upcoming Galaxy S9 will use 4GB of RAM only, which is a little bit disappointing. Samsung’s recently-unveiled Galaxy Note 8 features 6GB of RAM, offering better multitasking performance.

Tech experts say that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will feature 64GB of native storage, a QHD+ resolution display, and an Infinity display, just like the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. However, the Infinity display will be much improved to offer a higher level of brightness and more details.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is expected to be the first smartphone to come with an in-display fingerprint scanner. The Galaxy S8 was previously rumored to come with the new security measure, but it was nowhere to be found at launch. However, sources say that Samsung has been working on producing the fingerprint scanner that works under the display.

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