Samsung 'Uhssup' Social Media Service Will Be Announced Alongside Galaxy S9

Pablo Tucker
February 20, 2018

Samsung Galaxy S9, the next huge flagship smartphone which has the potential to change the industry is set for launch in a couple of days but the rumor mill just wouldn't stop leaking one information after the other. So finally it's true, the Galaxy S9 will be the first Snapdragon 845 smartphone that will sell in the U.S., while the other markets get the Exynos 9810-powered Galaxy S9.

Despite all the talk about the Samsung Galaxy S9, not much thought has been given to the news that the company has its own social network on the way.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will look the same, save for one detail, the Galaxy S9 will ship with a single camera on the back, while two cameras will be included on the back of the Galaxy S9 Plus. Galaxy S9 will come with 4GB RAM and Galaxy S9 Plus will come with 6 GB of RAM. For starters, the smartphones will have a "super slo-mo" feature, low-light photography, and iPhone-X like Animoji.

Samsung 'Uhssup' Social Media Service Will Be Announced Alongside Galaxy S9

The rear camera on the S9 (or main rear camera on the S9 Plus) should have the option to switch between f/1.5 and f/2.4 apertures depending on the shot you're aiming for. The 512 GB storage model can also debut.

Front camera: 8 MP (f/1.7) with autofocus.

Both the phone will have stereo speakers powered by AKG.


This latest news also augurs well for all the Samsung fans, as there will be something to feel enthusiastic about the new battery feature of the Samsung Galaxy S9 series. Includes fast and wireless charging.

The new smartphones may use an improved version of Samsung's face and iris scanner to compete with Apple's Face ID. This should also be the opening date for pre-orders and shipping will begin as early as 8 March.

The duo is due to to launch at the Samsung event right before the MWC begins.


This is for the Exynos 9810 version of the phone, which is likely to be found in most regions outside the United States, and to put those results into perspective the Exynos 9810 model of the standard Samsung Galaxy S9 saw single-core results of 3,648 and a multi-core score of 8,894.


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