Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus have reportely received the certification from The United States Federal Communications Commission. The Galaxy S9 comes with a model number SM-G960F, whereas the Galaxy S9 Plus comes as the SM-G965F. The certification has not revealed any information about both the devices, though thanks to all the leaks and rumours we have features of the devices to talk about. The certification also hints a nearby launch of both the devices in U.S. most probably an early March release. Price of the lineup has not been declared but it is likely to start at around $700.
Samsung Galaxy S9 is going to sport a sport a 6-inch Super AMOLED Capacitive display with a resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels and it also comes protected with Scratch Resistant display so it is resistant to accidental falls and scratches. The phone is ignited by a 2.3 GHz OCta core Samsung Exynos 9 processor assuring the best of smoothness. Memory-wise, the processor comes clubbed with 6 GB of RAM. The Samsung Galaxy S9 packs 64 GB of internal storage on the board along with RAM which can be expanded upto 256 GB via inserting a microSD card.
The device measures 147.6 mm x 68.7 mm x 8.4 mm in dimensions. Software-wise, the Samsung Galaxy S9 runs Android 8 Operating System. packing the device comes a massive 3500 mAh battery which keeps the fun going. Connectivity options on the board include, GPS, HotSpot, NFC, Wifi and Bluetooth.
So, let us wait till more information about the device arrives and we will update you about the same. Stay tuned for all the updates.