Much of the talk lately from the Korean manufacturer Samsung was about the launch of the most recent android operating software named ice cream sandwich, however there seems to be a new mobile phone on the horizon that is to not only update the present best-selling Samsung galaxy s9 but also attribute this newest so, specifically. The new Samsung galaxy s9 is to offer you a whopping 18 GHz dual core processor which is officially the fastest on the marketplace, coupled with this is a staggering 12 megapixel camera. Currently the Samsung galaxy s9 features a 1.2 GHz dual core chip together with an 8 mega pixel camera so this is a critical update to what is already a very advanced smart phone. The main touch screen can also be upgraded to a large 4.6 inch super amole, the same technology as the recent Samsung galaxy s9 but even larger, however the one overriding and noticeable change between both of these handsets comes in the shape of a new form.
Whilst the existing galaxy s9 is a really square and slim device measuring just 8.9mm at its thinnest point the brand new Samsung galaxy s9 provides a much more rounded design frequently found in the producers wave variety of handsets but can also be reported to really be slimmer than the current version. The release of the newest android so was officially delayed by Google from regard for the recent passing of the man at the helm of apple. Steve jobs, the launching event has been rescheduled for a later date and the roll out to existing apparatus will happen after this date. The Samsung Galaxy S9 has recently been voted by readers of t3 magazine as the ‘phone of the year 2011’ beating off stiff competition from the likes of the iPhone 4 and hatch sensation, should the newest galaxy s9 follow an identical route we could already be taking a look at the ‘phone of the year 2012’ thinking about the sheer quantity of technology that this new phone provides.
Although there has been no official release date mentioned by Samsung it is widely anticipated that the galaxy s9 will be launched alongside the new Google galaxy nexus as occurred with the prior galaxy s and nexus s launching pattern. Whether we will actually see both of these new phones this year remains unanswered but both android and Samsung enthusiasts are already licking their lips at the thought of the high specification devices hitting the market.