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Android Oreo is here!
Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ – The latest in Samsung’s flagship phones, the Galaxy S10 and S10+ have been announced today, and as expected, they’ll be powered by Android 8 Nougat.
In fact, the S9 will have a 2.5GHz Snapdragon 820 processor, while the S10 has a 4.8GHz Snapdragon 835, and the S5 will have the same 4GHz Snapdragon 800.
Both the S7 and S7 Edge are rumored to sport an Adreno 530 GPU, and while the Snapdragon 825 isn’t confirmed for the S8, it will be in the S series.
The S8 will feature a 5.7-inch 1080p IPS LCD display, a 5MP camera, and a 16MP front camera.
The Galaxy S7, S7 edge, S8 and S8 Plus are expected to ship in October or November, so it’s only a matter of time before the S-series of smartphones gets a little more special.
The Galaxy S5 is set to be the first Samsung flagship to get the Oreo software update.
The Note 7 also gets Oreo, but this time, it’s likely to have a slightly different design.
Samsung’s phones have had a few design changes over the years, but the S6 and S6 Edge have never been the kind to change their design too much.
The new S5 might have some of that, though.
While you can find the full specs and pricing for the Galaxy Note 7 and S5, it appears that Samsung’s Galaxy S6+ is the first handset to get Android 8 Oreo.
As you’d expect, the phone has a Snapdragon 845 chipset, an Adrenium 530 GPU (likely the same as in the Note 7), 8GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, a 3000mAh battery, a fingerprint sensor, and 4G LTE.
There’s also a microSD card slot, but we don’t know if this card slot will be able to accommodate the 64GB of storage on the Galaxy 5S or the 128GB of space on the S3.
Samsung is also rumored to be adding a fingerprint scanner to the S4, which will also help to keep users from accidentally putting their fingerprint prints in the wrong place on the device.
Samsung also said it would make a larger battery in the future, which is nice, but I doubt that will make it onto the Galaxy 7 or the S2.
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Galaxy S-Series, Samsung Galaxy Note series, Samsung S7 series, Galaxy S4 series, and Samsung S6 series, which includes the Galaxy 4, S6, S5 and S4 Note series.