The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge have finally launched in the US, and as you can see, they’re pretty much identical in many ways.
While both the S7 Edge and S9 have a Snapdragon 835 processor, both phones come with 5.5-inch screens, which is quite a difference from the S8’s 5.7-inch display.
While the S9 and S10 have 8MP cameras, the S6 has 4MP.
That means both phones have a 5MP camera on the back, as well.
The S9+ and S6+ are also both powered by Snapdragon 837 chips, while the S5, S4, S3, S2, and S1 are all powered by Samsung’s Exynos 8890 SoCs.
The Galaxy S9 has a 13MP rear camera, and a 5 MP front-facing camera.
The front-mounted camera on Samsung’s S9 Plus has been upgraded to 8MP, and the camera on S9 is an upgrade from the previous S9 camera.
The S9 does come with a new software upgrade, dubbed “SEO.”
The new software has a bunch of improvements and new features, including improved camera settings, better photo editing, and support for Google Assistant.
We also now get the ability to toggle between “Home Screen” and “Solo Mode” when in “Sprinting Mode,” which lets you switch between a home screen with your phone and the same home screen in your Gmail or Drive folder.
The new S9 features a fingerprint sensor on the rear of the phone, and it also supports the company’s new “Treat” technology, which will scan your fingerprint to help it recognize you.
Samsung has also made the new S6 and S5 slightly smaller, with the S4 Plus now measuring 4.7mm thinner and 2mm thicker, while it has a 0.3mm thickness decrease.
While all of the phones now come with Android 7.0 Nougat, we’re not sure whether that means Samsung is still running Nougata or just a newer version of Nougate.
Samsung also announced the Galaxy S10 is coming in October.
While Samsung doesn’t have a release date for the Galaxy Note 8 yet, we expect it to be coming later this year.
We’re sure we’ll be getting an update to this review shortly.
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