Samsung Galaxy A5 2018 Revealed With Infinity Display In Leaked Case Renders

Samsung was not able to add a dual lens camera to the Galaxy S8, even though it tried to do it, and only introduced one such camera setup with the Galaxy Note 8 that launched nearly a year after the iPhone 7 Plus.

Samsung has previously been awarded a patent for a radical design that allows a phone to fold in two.

There's an additional button the left hand side, which is likely to turn on Bixby, Samsung's voice assistant. "Now you can purchase a Samsung Galaxy S8 device and personalize your phone with the Microsoft Launcher It's an app that includes favourites like Word, Excel, Onenote, Cortana, Outlook, and more". As for a Face ID equivalent from Samsung, you should not expect one on the Galaxy S9, reports said.

Rather than representing the sort of radical departure that the iPhone X was for Apple, the Galaxy S9 will instead deliver extra polish and power.


The latest information on Samsung's product range suggests that the Galaxy S9 release date may be sooner than expected. If you recall the similarities between the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S7, the latter was simply an upgraded version of the former, with all the attention being addressed under the hood.

While the design remains unchanged to a larger extent, the new Galaxy S9 and the S9+ are expected to come with a beefed up hardware.

The devices are reported to be an iterative improvement over the S8 series. We're not sure how the dual-camera is going to function but if it features similarities to the dual-optics setup from Galaxy Note 8 then we will have a victor on our hands. Samsung could very well abstain from copying iPhone features every year.

The new location would be below the camera, similar to other high-end Android phones such as the Google Pixel 2 and OnePlus 5/5T. For the record, this is also the first time in a Galaxy S series line-up that the dual-camera feature is utilized. Considering that the Galaxy S8 and Note 8 are now in the market, Samsung would not want to hinder sales by releasing information on the Galaxy X too early.

  • Kara Saunders