Samsung Galaxy S9 might be just around the corner

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Samsung Galaxy S9 might be just around the corner

Now Samsung has revealed pricing and availability for the two smartphones in Vietnam. This device has always been rumored after several Samsung demonstrations of displays that are indeed capable of bending and remaining intact. The Samsung Galaxy J2 (2018) is leaked in Gold and Black colour variants.

Earlier this month, we had reported that the Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt 16GB variant was launched in India earlier this year at Rs. 11,490 received a price cut of Rs. 1,000 and is available at Rs. 10,490 online.

Camera-wise, you're getting an 8 MP shooter on the back, and a 5 MP unit on the front, and they both have an LED flash interestingly. The dual cameras are used to create from clear portrait shots to close-ups with background blur. One can also add stickers to a selfie as well. Having said that, the upcoming Galaxy J2 (2018) is tipped to come with a 5-inch Super AMOLED display with 540x960 pixels resolution, which in comparison to the J2 (2017) is a little bigger in size as it comes with a 4.7-inch screen.

Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt
Samsung Galaxy S9 might be just around the corner

The front panel of the smartphone may centered physical home button paired with capacitive buttons to either sides of the device.

Both of them support Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST) and Near Field Communication (NFC) and are equipped with Samsung Pay. Further, both the phones are the first in A series to support Samsung Gear VR. It comes with 32GB storage and has Samsung PayMini support. Other specs include a Quad-Core 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 mobile platform. The phone is backed by a 3000mAh battery. The Galaxy J7 Nxt makes use of 32GB of default memory capacity that can be further expanded up to 256GB using a microSD card.

The device still boots Android 7.0 Nougat, and there's no update from Samsung whether or when it's looking to upgrade the smartphone to Android 8.0 Oreo.

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