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Samsung Reveals Reason for Sudden Stopping of Android 8.0 Update

Samsung Reveals Reason for Sudden Stopping of Android 8.0 Update Samsung Reveals Reason for Sudden Stopping of Android 8.0 Update
Nellie Chapman | 19 February, 2018, 15:18

It will also come with Android 8.0 Oreo preloaded.

With a year down the line since the Galaxy Tab S3 was unveiled, it's about time the slate got a worthy successor. The Galaxy S9 will sport a 5.8-inch QHD+ (2960 x 1440) display, while the Galaxy S9 Plus will ship with a 6.2-inch QHD+ (2960 x 1440) panel.

Samsung launched the Galaxy Tab S3 at Mobile World Congress in 2017, so it's logical to assume a follow-up model will be launched this year, but this is the first piece of evidence to suggest a new tablet is on the way.

Samsung is set to release a new Galaxy Tab at MWC 2018 but it looks like we will be getting a sneak peek at the new device before its unveiling.

If anyone remotely familiar with smartphones can not already tell what the U Pro's source of inspiration is by looking at it, here's another hint: this phone was originally slated to be called the S9 before a last-minute name change.

Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event on 25 February promises a device that will deliver "The Camera". Both the phones will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 for the USA and an Exynos 9810 for the global market including India.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is the most expensive of the lot in the Android segment which sports a large 9.7-inch display with 2K resolution, AMOLED display, runs on Snapdragon 820 and costs a pretty high $600. Both of them sport a 12-megapixel lens on the rear and an 8-megapixel f/1.7 selfie camera on the front.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 was launched in India at ₹47,990. The Galaxy S9 duo would be sporting the same Infinity Display design with slight changes.

Whether this is an exaggeration or not remains to be seen, but it is clear that one of the key Samsung Galaxy S9 features will be this low light shooting quality. Cameras now support 4K video recording at 60fps, 1080p at 240fps, and 720p at 480fps with the inclusion of a dual aperture feature to better control lighting in shots.