Samsung likely previewing Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus at CES

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Who knows, maybe Samsung is planning to turn the page to a three-update policy for all its hero devices going forward. Perhaps Samsung wants to keep up with these rivals, or alternatively Google could be pushing OEMs from behind the scenes as it wants to address Android fragmentation - Google is already pushing Project Treble in a bid to streamline the update process for future Android builds, so it is at the forefront of the firm's plans right now. Smartphones are popular items, and despite relatively incremental improvements, they tend to show up on consumers' wish lists every year.

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+, iterative upgrades, will make a cameo at CES
Samsung will reportedly unveil its Galaxy S9 and dual-camera S9+ in January 2018

Samsung is slated to reveal more details about the anticipated devices at the CES 2018 in Las Vegas. The A5 2017 is also seen with only a single selfie camera but Samsung could push for the iris recognition feature for its bigger sibling - the Galaxy A7 2018. The phone appears wearing various cases made by Olixar. But US Cellular might've just saved the Black Friday smartphone deals section, thanks to a killer offer on the iPhone 8 and Galaxy S8. First of all, it has the 18:9 ratio Infinity Display.

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We can also see that the phone has two physical keys and a volume rocker. Therefore the market is going to change in coming times because the edge-to-edge screen will not be the part of just Galaxy S8 series.

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Things get interesting at the rear as the fingerprint sensor moves to the back.

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According to aReddit post, a user named CyberConCoder talked to four different Samsung support agents, all of these agents confirmed that the Galaxy S6 is confirmed to get the Oreo update.

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