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Galaxy S9 alleged video shows touch sensitivity test

24 January 2018 4

There are so many rumours surrounding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ that it’s difficult to believe everything which you read. The leaks surround the design and even the launch date of the upcoming devices but the one which is perhaps the most interesting is the one which has just surfaced online. The information leaked is in the form of a video and comes from deep within Chinese cyberspace. So, what exactly is it?

Well, unfortunately, that’s not entirely clear. The video consists of a mere ten-second clip of what appears to be a Samsung Galaxy S9 Touch Sensitivity test. The video was taken from a screen showing another video which makes it quite unclear. While we would love for it to be the Samsung Galaxy S9, there’s no evidence whatsoever that it is. Does the bottom bezel resemble that of the Samsung Galaxy S8? Well, it very well could be! It seems like the video asks more questions than provides answers.

Whether or not this is the Samsung Galaxy S9 is hard to confirm which is why all claims should be taken with a grain of salt since none of it can be verified. What we do know is that the device will feature the Exynos 9810 chipset and the Snapdragon 845 one depending upon the region you are in. Along with this, it will also have the popular dual-camera setup. Speculation has it that the device will hit the shelves sometime in early March. What do you think of this video clip? Let us know by dropping a comment in the section below!



Galaxy S9 alleged video shows touch sensitivity test
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There's no doubt Samsung is dealing in features galore with both Note 9 and S9. For the Note 9 too they are bringing S-Pen and touch operation simultaneously.


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