Samsung Galaxy S9, S9 Plus To Flaunt All-New Display Technology At MWC 2018
Samsung is anticipated to unveil its newest flagship handsets during the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018. Dubbed as Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, these two devices are expected to flaunt all-new display technology and other remarkable features.
Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus Possible New Features
According to some latest news, here are the possible enhancements to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus:
All-New Display Technology
The South Korean tech company has been rightly acclaimed for remarkable screen tech. In fact, it even supplied that the panels for Apple’s iPhone X. Nonetheless, Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus appear set to beat everything that has been released before.
It has been reported that these two will be the first smartphones to launch with ‘Y-OCTA’ (Youm On-Cell Touch AMOLED) technology. Y-OCTA lets Samsung place the touch sensor straight on the flexible OLED layer allowing the company to meaningfully amend both thickness and weight of the handsets. Apart from that, this technology has the potential to make the display even quicker to respond while being used.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus will also be armed with SLP (Substrate like PCB) mainboards. The SLP is a circuit miniaturization system first utilized by Apple in the iPhone X and it will allow Samsung to make more available space f inside devices’ chassis.
Larger batteries would seem to be the noticeable advantage of SLP. Nevertheless, that seems unlikely to occur since Samsung may be utilizing it for better cooler and airflow. This would allow the smartphone to function in a maximum capacity for longer periods of time. In fact, in a separate report, it has been mentioned that the upcoming flagship devices will house the same battery capacity of its predecessors. The Galaxy S9 will be powered by a 3,000 mAH battery and the Galaxy S9 Plus will be furnished with 3,500 mAH battery.
But then, the downside of SLP is that it will only be utilized in Exynos versions of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. An archaic licensing agreement with Qualcomm prohibits Samsung from transporting the Exynos-based smartphones to the US. As an alternative, the US customers will absolutely obtain Snapdragon 845-based variants.
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