Published: Fri, February 16, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

Samsung Releases Teaser Videos for Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

Samsung Releases Teaser Videos for Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

Having begun sending out the update to users in Germany first, with Poland and a smattering of other countries following suit soon after, Samsung pulled suddenly stopped the OTA process without an explanation.

The smartphone will reportedly have one speaker at the top and one at the bottom, which would be a great improvement over the current generation of Samsung flagships.

The Galaxy X release date could be months away, but Samsung hasn't shied away from the rumors.

Samsung has confirmed that the rollback of updates was because of unexpected reboots happening to some Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus devices.

Whatever the reason, hopefully, Samsung will recommence the rollout of Android 8.0 Oreo shortly. As for Samsung Galaxy Note 9, it will most probably release sometime in the fall. SamMobile reports that several users claimed the Oreo promotion made their Galaxy S8 shut down randomly.

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The bug was originally reported by Italian blog Mobile World - with many Apple users confirming the reports on social media. Bugs have been causing a lot of headaches recently for iOS device users and the latest one just makes matters worse.

In the second video, Samsung shows us a series of night-time scenarios, eventually ending on a shot of a deer standing in the dark while facing the camera.

KitGuru Says: Are many of you now using a Samsung Galaxy S8? However, it's also a possibility that Samsung will also use their proprietary chips - at least in parts of the world. The update came with features like picture-in-picture and autofill as well as a new version of Samsung Experience.

Just in time for Valentine's Day, Samsung gave us a rather unpleasant treat by stopping its rollout of Android 8.0 Oreo for the Galaxy S8.

The Galaxy S9 is expected to have a lot of camera tricks up its sleeve such as variable aperture courtesy of the latest ISOCELL sensor developed by the company.

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