Samsung has recently launched the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ which have been launched by the company with the Infinity Display and sleek design. The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ have been received extremely successfully by the general public across the globe. We have also known that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is also in the works and the company is expected to launch the smartphone later this year. Though, we now have reports which suggest that the Samsung Galaxy S8’s successor, the Samsung Galaxy S9 is already in works and the phone has already received a codename.
According to the reports, the Samsung Galaxy S9 has been given a codename by the company and it is internally called ‘Star’. The reports also suggest that the company plans to release Samsung Galaxy S9 in the first half of next year.
According to one more report from Korea, Samsung recently confirmed that there will be two versions of Galaxy S9. The standard model is codenamed ‘Star’ while the higher variant with a large-screen is codenamed ‘Star 2’.
Some notable changes will be seen on the Samsung Galaxy S9 but the phone is not yet ready to be a foldable phone. The report also quoted an industry official as saying that codename ‘Star’ and foldable phones just do not go hand in hand. He added that the display of Galaxy S9 will be similar to Galaxy S8 which means that we will once again see a bezel-less phone. Some additional features we will get to see on the flagship device will be dual rear cameras and a front placement of fingerprint scanner.
Now that we know the Samsung Galaxy S9 is already in the pre-production stages, the Samsung Galaxy S9 is expected to become an even more successful device than the Samsung Galaxy S8. Stay tuned to know more about the Samsung Galaxy S9.