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Samsung has been quietly teasing these new devices for a while, but it took until September to officially show off the Galaxy S7 and S8.
Now we finally have a full year to see these phones on the street, so it’s nice to finally get an official look at what these new phones are really all about.
Samsung’s new phones have a number of new features that are different from what you’ve seen in past iterations of the S7 or S8 (and the iPhone 7 and 8).
There are the new curved screen design on the S8 Plus, a fingerprint sensor, and wireless charging.
But the biggest changes are the camera and software changes, which we’ll cover in this article.
First, the camera.
The Galaxy S8+ is the first Galaxy to have an 11-megapixel rear camera with a f/2.0 aperture.
It’s a big deal, since it means you can get a much sharper image than the one you’d get with a smaller sensor.
This makes it much easier to take quick and fun selfies with your phone when you’re doing something that isn’t very crowded or stressful.
In addition, you can now take better stills and stills with depth-of-field effects.
We also love that the camera on the Galaxy Note 7 is improved over the Note 7 Plus.
Samsung is calling it the “Best selfie camera of 2018.”
That’s a pretty lofty statement, but we like the improvements over the S5 camera.
You can now shoot full-frame photos and full-length videos at full resolution at 50MP and above.
There are also new filters, like HDR and Soft Focus, and a wide range of HDR settings.
The camera has also been improved in many other ways.
The front-facing camera is a little bigger, and it’s brighter, with a wider aperture.
This helps with focus and makes selfies look even better.
And it has more advanced AI algorithms that make sure that the shots look like you’re actually taking them.
Samsung says the new Galaxy S9 Plus will have a bigger sensor with a bigger pixel count, and you can expect the camera to be bigger than the S9.
The new Galaxy Note 8 Plus is slightly smaller, and the camera has been bumped up to f/1.8, which is still better than the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 plus, but not as good as the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.
The Note 8 and S9 also have new color options.
Samsung offers five new colors: white, black, white, gray, and blue.
The phone will be available in gold and rose gold.
There’s also a special version of the Note 8 that comes with gold and gold accents.
Samsung claims the Note 9 Plus will come in three colors: red, black and silver.
Both the Note S9 and S11 will have two new colors.
Samsung also unveiled the Galaxy Icon 9 Plus and the Galaxy T6.
The Icon 9 has a more modern design and a fingerprint reader, while the T6 has a rounded face with a metallic design.
The Samsung Galaxy Icon S7 will be the last flagship phone to feature a fingerprint.
But if you already own the Galaxy Tab 10.1, the Note 10.5, and Galaxy Note 11, you won’t be forced to pay for the new Note.
The price for the S10 and S12 will be $399 and $499, respectively.
The S9 will also be available at $549, and $699.
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Samsung already has the Galaxy Series 3, Galaxy Series 5, and Series 6.
And now it’s bringing out the Galaxy XS, which has a fingerprint recognition sensor.
So far, Samsung says it has shipped 100 million handsets.
It also says it’s sold 4.8 million smartphones, making it the most popular smartphone manufacturer in the world.
We’re really excited to see what these phones can do.