It's just a short time before the Samsung Galaxy S9 is introduced and if you follow EBox you should know that information leaks from the future smartphone keep falling.
Even today we talk about the possibility of the terminal arriving with a Face ID junction and iris recognition as an unlock format. It was also even confirmed by the famous leakster @EvenBlass its exterior design.
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We just need to know the details of the future flagship of the South Korean company. It is believed that the cameras should be revolutionary and that their internal memory can even reach 512GB.
Today we have the indication that Samsung is preparing a dual-SIM variant of its future S9. Unsurprisingly, the brand gives us variants that can read two SIM cards, however, they are usually restricted to the Asian market.
Samsung Galaxy S9 with dual-SIM in Europe? It seems so!
This new information states that this new version will also reach Germany. It was seen on the brand's official website the two card version listed. This means that it is more than likely that we will finally see a dual-SIM version of its high end on the old continent.
Great news for all those who carry pockets full of smartphones. I am one of the people who uses two terminals in my life and nothing would make me happier than a high end dual-SIM.
Since Samsung has offered us the possibility to introduce a MicroSD card for memory expansion, it does not seem unreasonable to have a "hybrid" terminal. With dual SIM or MicroSD card.
The truth is that we will have to wait until the terminal is official to clear all doubts. Samsung is unlikely to have much competition at Mobile World Congress. Rumors indicate that LG, Huawei and even Xiaomi will avoid the Barcelona fair in order to highlight their tops.
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