Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ lands in Zimbabwe
Samsung has just released the Galaxy S9/S9 Plus flagship, and it turns out it was a good deal to have an updated Galaxy S8 with almost all the features of the Galaxy Note 8. There have been reasons that why people are turning towards the hype of Note series rather than the S series. After the launch of Galaxy S9, people are very much looking forward to the Galaxy Note 9.
One of the features on the phone which a lot will like is the ability that the S9 has of creating emojis. A user can customize the emoji hair, skin tone, clothes, and accessories of the scan to really have some fun. The feature is called AR Emoji feature.
As far specs are concerned the S9 has a Snapdragon 845 processor and an Exynos 9 series which increases the device’s performance and power. Paired with 4GB RAM on the standard variant and 6GB on the Plus model. Other than that, there is a new set of biometrics borrowed from the Galaxy Note 8, that’s the Iris scanning, and facial recognition is now also available on both these devices. The Phone ride on an Android 8.0 (Oreo) Operating System. The Internal Memory comes with 64/128/256 GB and can manage a microSD, up to 400 GB. Primary Camera has 12 MP and the secondary camera has 8 MP, the phone comes with only 4 colours Midnight Black, Coral Blue, Titanium Gray, Lilac Purple.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 will soon be sold in Econet shops by the end of this month but the price of the gadget hasn’t been revealed as yet. In a report, the Samsung Account Manager Edmond Bere said, “People have been doing pre-orders well and the numbers are very much encouraging. We still urge people to continue making these orders so they can experience the S9 features,”