Samsung is expected to launch the new Galaxy S9 smartphone lineup worldwide soon. Today, PhoneArena spotted a listing about the Samsung Galaxy S9+ smartphone (supposedly) on Geekbench, the benchmarking website. The listing reveals fair amount of details about the specifications of the device.
As per the listing, the Galaxy S9+ will have 4GB of RAM instead of the previously rumoured 6GB/8GB memory. Despite what’s seen there, we won’t be surprised to see higher memory variants of the S9 and S9+ at the time of release. Additionally, it states that the device will ship with Google’s latest Android Oreo operating system out-of-the-box.
It is not yet clear as to when the company will be launching their new flagship lineup. However, there have been reports stating that the company will be releasing the smartphones sometime in February 2018.
Samsung recently launched its new Exynos 9810 chipset, based upon the company’s second-generation 10nm production process. The company is claiming that this new chipset is around 20 percent faster than its predecessor which is found in the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, S8 and S8+. In the leaked listing, it can be seen that the device is using a universal9810 motherboard which might be the Exynos 9810 chipset. There were rumours floating around last week about that very chipset making its way into Samsung’s Galaxy S9 series smartphones.
Currently, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are expected to launch in two variants, one powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset and the other powered by the Exynos 9810 chipset.