The latest rumours have brought to light that the Samsung’s Galaxy S9 may launch as a premium flagship smartphone.
This news has sparked some speculation that the Galaxy S8 may follow a similar pattern, with the handset likely sporting a bigger screen, and an aluminium body design.
This article will look at the differences between the S7 flagship, S7 Edge and the upcoming Galaxy S10, and compare them to the Galaxy Note 8.
There is also the Samsung S10 – which has yet to be officially announced.
The Galaxy S series Samsung Galaxy phones Samsung’s flagship Galaxy phones are now in their mid- to high-end stages of development, with devices that can go toe-to-toe with Apple’s iPhone and Android.
There are a number of new features introduced with each generation of the Galaxy devices, but there is one aspect that has remained largely unchanged since the last flagship device.
This is the Galaxy Core.
The Core is a separate processor that has been built into the Galaxy device, meaning it is able to process more data than the Exynos chip.
This means it is possible to use a Galaxy device with more cores and more RAM, as the CPU can process more information than the CPU itself.
In some cases, it can be used to increase performance.
In addition, the Galaxy’s cores can also be integrated into a motherboard, allowing for an even greater performance boost.
The Snapdragon 835 SoC is the processor powering most of the Samsung devices.
This SoC has been widely adopted in smartphones, including the Galaxy Tab S, Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, and the Galaxy A5 and A5 Plus.
In this article, we will examine the differences that exist between the Snapdragon 821, 821X and 821M chipsets.
The Samsung Galaxy A series Samsung devices Samsung has introduced a number to the market over the past few years, but it has never quite been the dominant player in the mobile market.
The company is still in the early stages of production of the S8, which was unveiled at IFA 2017.
The first Galaxy A devices were released back in October 2017, and they are still the only Samsung device on the market that features an A Series chipset.
Samsung is also working on a new Galaxy A6, which is due to arrive at the end of this year.
The latest Galaxy A device is expected to sport an 821 CPU and 64GB of storage, which will feature a 5.5-inch display.
The phone will be powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 829 chipset, which should also offer some performance gains over the 821.
The handset will also sport a new fingerprint scanner, as well as an aluminium chassis, as seen in the Galaxy C series.
The S8 Samsung has also announced a number new phones in the S series, including a number that feature an A series chipset.
The flagship Galaxy A will feature an 831 processor, 64GB storage, a 5-inch OLED display, and 3GB of RAM.
The Note series Samsung has a number more devices in the A series.
These include the S6, S6 edge, S8 and S10.
The most recent flagship S6 handset has a Snapdragon 836 SoC, a 64GB RAM, 5.6-inch screen, 3GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage.
The next generation S8 is expected in 2018.
The A series is Samsung’s top-of-the-range offering, and it will include an 830 processor, 32GB RAM with 16GB storage and a 6.2-inch LCD screen.
Samsung has been known to use the Galaxy Series as a base for the A Series chipsets, and this is the case with the S9.
The new Galaxy S 9 has a 4.5GHz octa-core CPU, 8GB of memory, 64 GB of storage and is expected by the end-of 2018.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Samsung is now releasing its new Galaxy Note series, which has been heavily influenced by Apple’s products.
The device is also expected to launch alongside the Galaxy series, with a 5G variant.
The SoC for the Galaxy X series is also believed to feature a Snapdragon 820 processor, which can handle 4G LTE networks.
The devices are expected to debut at the beginning of 2019.
Samsung’s latest flagship Note 10 flagship has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC.
The 835 chipset is also supported.
The battery for the Note 10 is expected for the end at the start of 2020.
Galaxy Note 10 will be Samsung’s biggest smartphone to date, and will feature the Galaxy 835 processor, 128GB of space, a Snapdragon 808 chipset, 3,600mAh battery and a 16MP rear camera.
The 9 series is the last generation of Samsung’s Note series.
It features the Snapdragon 820 chipset, 32 GB of RAM, 4GB of flash memory, 16GB/64GB of onboard storage, 2,400mAh battery, 6G LTE and 4K video