Samsung Galaxy S9 Mini appears on AnTuTu, here are the possible specs

Samsung Galaxy S9 Mini appears on AnTuTu, here are the possible specs

Samsung Galaxy S9 Mini appears on AnTuTu, here are the possible specs

As usual, the leaks about the upcoming Samsung flagship have already started making rounds on the rumour mill.

One of the most popular devices of this year - Samsung Galaxy S9 - has sadly been haunted by a display issue. The front seems to come with an all screen bezel-less display, however, unlike the S9 it doesn't seem like the edge to edge screen. Moreover, the phone is expected to feature Infinity Display 2.0 design with lesser bezels when compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 8.

The device has 5.5-inch HD "Super AMOLED" display and houses 3,000mAh battery.

The upcoming Galaxy Note 9 will pack in a bigger battery. It is a dual-SIM device and weighs at around 174 grams. The appearance and some key specs of the model number listed have been revealed. Of course, these are just the rumours and should be taken with a pinch of salt. Smartphone makers like OnePlus, Xiaomi and Honor have also launched a red colour variant of their popular smartphone but, nothing quite like the Burgundy Red found on the Galaxy S8.

Samsung Galaxy S9 series will get another compact counterpart in the form of the Galaxy S9 Mini as it receives certification from Chinese TENAA. We expect the company to offer the 12MP dual rear cameras without dual aperture feature.

We also shared some cool Galaxy S9 live focus captures earlier, which is worth a look, too.

My Samsung Galaxy S6 still feels like a solid, well-made and modern device even in 2018, and nearly all the manufacturers like Huawei, Apple, LG etc were making pretty darn good devices back in 2015 so I am sure your device is well-made as well.

Samsung has rolled out Samsung Rewards - a new rewards program for Samsung Pay users. It could be the latest Samsung smartphone after the Galaxy J7 Duo launch in India.

After the iPhone X saw a decline in sales and demand, has reportedly forced the company to lower the sales cost and cut down component orders from its suppliers, which also includes Samsung.

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