Microsoft recently started selling the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus at its online store and today the company announced its Black Friday Deals. Both smartphones are expected to make launch at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in January next year.
The handset has the model number SM-G888N0 - with the NO signifying it will only go on sale in South Korea.
While the new beta firmware doesn't bring a lot of features for the handset, it does bring several bug fixes to further improve and optimize the Oreo user experience on Samsung's flagship smartphone.
The S9 and S9+ are named "Star 1" and "Star 2" internally, and will reportedly feature the same 5.8- and 6.2-inch Quad HD, AMOLED displays of their respective predecessors. As you might have noticed, the listing actually refers to the Galaxy Note8 as the regular Galaxy S8, which is most likely the result of a lazy copy-paste job. The 3.5mm headphone port is also expected to return since Samsung hasn't abandoned it yet for the Galaxy S8 and Note 8. Even if they half fake it, this must be for samsung. Considering the spec list already associated with the smartphone series, this points to a pretty impressive device, meaning that many Android fans will be eagerly awaiting the Galaxy S9 release date.
He did not elaborate what the problems are, but analysts said mass-producing a foldable phone with top tech features and a thin body will take time. We'll have to wait for their launch to find out.
At $929, the Note 8 is now the most expensive phone you can find on the Microsoft Store, and unlike the Galaxy S8 it's not now on sale ahead of Black Friday.
In short, the Note 8 wins as it has more goal and a great focus on multitasking.
The global trend is more dominant towards buying smartphones of Android platform as the smartphones of Apple are quite expensive for emerging markets.