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Rumors says that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will feature a single camera while the Galaxy S9 Plus will come with dual camera setup. Featuring bright autumn themes, the new Burgundy Red variant of the Galaxy S8 is believed to have been launched in commemoration of the onset of autumn.
It is expected that Samsung will unbox at least three Galaxy A series 2018 smartphones early next year.
Google released Android 7.1 Nougat in December, but the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Edge both featured Android 7.0 Nougat at launch. The ad was released on the Samsung Mobile Korea YouTube channel.
Jose Mourinho confirms out-of-favour star will return vs Brighton
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding Date Has Been Announced
They will visit Nottingham, where Prince Harry started the Full Effect programme in 2014 through The Royal Foundation. The couple have also announced their first engagement together, which will take place on Friday 1 December.
Spartans Off to Omaha For NCAA Tournament
Nebraska is the 5th overall seed for the NCAA volleyball tournament and will host the opening weekend this Friday and Saturday . Penn State finished the regular season 29-1 on a 19-match winning streak, only losing in straight sets to Nebraska at home.
Everything else about the Galaxy S8 remains the same.
Samsung is reportedly planning to show off the Galaxy S9 in early January at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
What are your thoughts on the Burgundy Red Galaxy S8? That's an earlier reveal than usual but the official product launch will still happen in late February or early March. And as is par for the course with these different color schemes, the new Burgundy Red option is similar in specs to all the other models, save for the color on the back of the phone. In any case, as indicated by the report of Galaxy Club, Galaxy S9 is being tried on Android 8.0.0 and not Android 8.1, which is in the beta stage for even Google's Pixel gadgets. You can get the device from e-commerce websites in India at around Rs 58,000. There's also a newer Android security patch that's included, but rather than the most recent November one, it's from October - go figure.
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