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But first, the good news.
The new smartphone, which Samsung calls the Galaxy S9, is expected to ship with an improved touchscreen.
Samsung claims the new touchscreen will allow the iPhone 9 Plus to be used as a smartphone’s primary display while it is in a hot spot, for example, or to allow for an optimal viewing angle.
However, Samsung is yet to officially confirm this claim.
In addition to the improved touchscreen, the iPhone S9 will also come with a new camera that will allow for more natural color reproduction.
The camera will also be able to capture images in 1080p resolution, instead of 1080p on the iPhone 8, which can lead to blurry photos.
And, in the event that you need to quickly take pictures with the new iPhone, Samsung says it will be able support both a standard 8MP camera and a 5MP sensor.
However you can expect that you’ll be able capture high-quality images on the phone as well.
“Samsung will also offer an enhanced user interface and feature set,” according to Samsung.
“This will include a redesigned UI that will feature a redesigned, more natural, and more intuitive user experience.”
Samsung says that the improved display will allow you to capture photos in 1080P resolution, which means that you won’t need to shoot at an extreme resolution for better quality results.
But the company also claims that it will enable you to use the phone in both portrait and landscape orientation.
If you’re not a fan of the new display, Samsung will also make the phone’s back-lit screen even brighter.
This will allow Samsung to save power when you’re using the phone with the volume down, for instance.
However the company says that it won’t change how the phone works if you use the back-light to illuminate the display.
Samsung also says that when using the backlight, you can “turn the screen off completely to make it brighter.”
And if you’re looking for the iPhone 10, Samsung claims that the new smartphone will also support the “Next Generation 4K OLED Display” technology.
The OLED displays, which are used in the new iPhones, are expected to be 4K in resolution.
However they are also expected to offer “enhanced viewing angles, including an enhanced viewing angle of more than 270 degrees, as well as higher contrast and colour saturation.”
There are some caveats that will need to be considered when purchasing the new phone, however.
The first is that you should only buy the iPhone, as Samsung says that “only Apple iPhone models can be used to evaluate the new S9.”
However, the company did say that “many models will be eligible for the GalaxyS9 launch, but they will only be available for a limited time.”
Samsung is also only allowing “select partners” to receive the new GalaxyS7, which includes a version of the Galaxy smartphone that has the Snapdragon 820 chip.
So if you don’t want to wait, you might want to go for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
Samsung will only make the Note 9 available to buyers in South Korea for now.
However it’s expected that the Note 10 will also debut in South Korean markets next year.
Samsung is not disclosing the exact pricing of the iPhone model that will be available in South Koreans at launch.