Samsung Company has taken the world of technology by storm over the past few years. The Korean technology giants have moved from glory to glory with classic interventions in the field of communication. We might be almost in the final quarter of the year, but there is so much more for Samsung fans. Therefore there is a reason keep yourself in the Samsung announcement channels for the fantastic devices this 2018. Also, IFA 2018 tech show kicks off in Berlin from the 29th August to September 5th, and hence it is essential to follow the event. Some of the devices we expect in 2018 from Samsung include:
Galaxy Tab S4
Although Apple Ipad dominates the premium tab market, Samsung is willing to explore the market also. After 2017 Galaxy Tab S3, rumors have it that Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Tab S4 this year. According to leaked information, this device has 4 GB of ram, Snapdragon 835 processor, improved S Pen functionality and has 8.1 Android Oreo. The leaked picture shows that it lacks a home button which means it may not have the fingerprint scanner. However, it is likely it will use its front camera for face recognition.
Galaxy J2 Core (Android Go Phone)
TheAndroid Go is a lighter version of Android meant for entry-level market phones which are low-powered and cheap. This version consumes fewer data and hence is for the developing markets. Samsung is rumored to consider venturing into these markets by introducing this phone. The phone will have an attractive polycarbonate body, 16 GB internal storage,1 GB RAM and 5-inch screen with AMOLED display.
Galaxy Note 9
Samsung is expected to announce its Galaxy Note 8 successor which is Note 9. It is rumored that the design will not change much but the functionality will. For example, Note 9 S Pen will have Bluetooth capabilities, will have a camera timer and clicker, as well as control the music playing in the primary device. It is expected to have a batter of 4000 mAh and also a dedicated camera button. It does not end there. Rumors have it that the device will have internal storage of 256 GB, RAM of 16 GB, Snapdragon 845 processor and Android 8.1 Oreo
After releasing the Samsung Gear 3 smartwatch, Samsung has taken so long to release another smartwatch. This year it is rumored that the company will unveil the Gear 3 successor. However, it will be rebranded to galaxy watch and will use Google Wear OS instead of Tizen OS. The watch will have a bigger battery that will wirelessly charge from a special phone case.