Samsung Galaxy S9 Series Mass Production to Start in January: Report

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Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphones. They are expected to be launched in February this year. A new report suggests that Samsung has begun ordering components for the Galaxy S9 series, and mass production will start in January 2018. The report also mentions that a dual camera setup will be reserved for the Galaxy S9+, corroborating previous reports.

As we mentioned, a report from ETNews on Tuesday cites industry insiders to claim Samsung has already begun procuring components for the upcoming Galaxy S9 duo. Samsung will reportedly adopt the new SLP (Substance Like PCB) circuit boards to make room for bigger batteries and other parts.

This article was sourced from Gadgets360

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