Samsung Galaxy Note 8 introduced in Orchid Grey variant for Indian market

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 introduced in Orchid Grey variant for Indian market

For the ones who have suspecting eyes, will notice the difference in the texture and finish of the two phones, the glossy texture on the S8 to the light texture on the S9, but the feel is nearly the same.

The Korean Times further noted that "In the latest evaluation of the magazine that came out on April 13, the Korean tech giant's Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus received 81 overall points each to make it the top of the list".

The smartphones of 2018 ship with a range of features to try and entice a purchase, but one thing they all have in common is the ability to access the Internet and use mobile apps. That's not particularly a bad idea because the Galaxy S8 duo and S9 duo are still amongst the best-looking devices available on the market right now. Despite lukewarm reviews, the Galaxy S9 (and S9+) has shown some incremental improvements apart from the iteration which has helped it to edge out the previously top-rated Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. That design looks similar to the Galaxy Note handsets and features a typical centered, square rear (single lens) camera.

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However, the new portrait mode that iPhone X has does not impress much with its low-light and maintaining a good lighting in the darker surroundings.

There's no word on whether Samsung plans to sell this device beyond South Korea. Also, according to CR, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ have well-designed stereo speakers.

Which, inquisitively, is the second design laid out in the patent - no unmistakable camera or sensors, no obvious home button, and no noticeable fingerprint scanner. Samsung fixed it on the Galaxy S9 and also threw in useful gesture swipes that allow users to control the phone by swiping combination on the fingerprint sensor.

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We are not sure which model, Samsung would finally opt for. The report by Slashleaks points out that the device will most likely include a dual camera setup and will run Android Oreo.

It seems Samsung doesn't want to take a big risk next year, as it's apparently sticking to the same Infinity Display as the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S8 before it.

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