New data from the Galaxy S9 and S9 +: memories, RAM and...

New data from the Galaxy S9 and S9 +: memories, RAM and cameras

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Although the official presentation of the new Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus does not happen at CES 2018, it is expected to know some official company data. Samsung will put all the meat in the spit with the new terminals, not in the design lines, but in one key aspect: the camera.

You recently registered a new business slogan and we're expecting you to have a smaller ad for the event you have this week in Las Vegas.

But meanwhile, there are new data leaked from China that provide us with information on the memory of the new models and some features of its rear cameras.

Up to 6 GB of RAM and 256 GB of memory

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The two models that will be presented will be different in almost everything in this section . The Samsung Galaxy S9 will have 4GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of internal memory .

The Samsung Galaxy S9 + counter will have 6GB of RAM in each of the three storage variants. The quantities have not been filtered, but assuming you start at the same time that your little brother would have one of the 64 GB, another of 128 GB, another of 256 GB and a last, not yet secure, of 512 GB .

That does not mean that the latter option will be marketed in all markets and that it would not be the first time Samsung has offered these amounts of ROM.

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<p> Last year, Samsung did a great job in the photo section and was among the best, along with Apple and Google. </p>
<p> This year he wants to go further and prepare a camera with <strong> opening f / 1.5 for the Galaxy S9 </strong> similar to the last cover model presented. </p>
<p> <strong> In the Galaxy S9 +, the aperture will be even smaller, with a dual sensor with f / 1.4 each </strong> one step ahead of the f / 1.6 dual aperture that Huawei Mate 10 currently owns and makes that the photos of the night look great. </p>
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