The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are among the most desired smartphones out there, thanks to their stunning design and impressive features. Samsung has seen a steady growth in the company’s smartphone sales since the launch day of the new pair. While the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus have been available on the market for only four months, rumors about their successors have started to circle around.
According to the latest sources, the Samsung Galaxy S9 will feature never-seen-before features. One such feature is the ability to connect to modular attachments. In fact, this feature is not something new out there, as some top-tier phones like Moto Z Line and the recently-launched Essential Phone both feature modular accessories, allowing their owners to connect to attachments to add more features.
Motorola is leading the market in terms of modular accessories, as Lenovo-owned company now allows its customers to connect their Moto phones to a number of accessories like projector, battery pack, and a 360 degree camera. Tech experts, the Samsung Galaxy S9 will feature a magnetic system on the back that will allow the device to connect to modular accessories.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 is rumored to make its debut at the end of March 2018. That seems pretty plausible, as the South Korean company announced the Galaxy S8 in late March this year. Some reports claim that the upcoming Galaxy S9 will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 processor, an upgraded version of the Snapdragon 835 that powers the current Galaxy S8.
Sources say that the Snapdragon 845 processor will mark the partnership between Samsung and Qualcomm. Both companies have been working on the chip for a while for the launch day. Besides, the Galaxy S9 may be powered by Samsung’s own Exynos chipset, like the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
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