Although there’s no denying the fact that the massive popularity of Samsung’s S series devices has been margined to infinity, the Galaxy Note 8 smartphone is still a questionable device in the tech industry. Despite the consumer electronics giant made amends post their Galaxy Note 7 debacle, it is needless to say that Samsung is still on the verge of being a rough spot due to the fact that the battery woes still continue as the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 units refuse to charge as soon as the battery becomes zero. The smartphone giant nevertheless is currently focussing tremendously on the development of the Samsung Galaxy S9 duo (Samsung Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy S9), hence this recent leak!
#Samsung – #GalaxyS9Plus – Galaxy S9+ USB-C flex cable leaks out https://t.co/ikcuBWvKOo pic.twitter.com/4JFiEGOP2Z
— /LEAKS (@Slashleaks) December 26, 2017
There has been a lot said about the upcoming Samsung 2018 flagship but the latest report that rolled out points out that Samsung will retain the 3.5mm headphone jack with its upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9+. Via Twitter, /LEAKS has revealed, “
#Samsung – #GalaxyS9Plus – Galaxy S9+ USB-C flex cable leaks out http://www.slashleaks.com/l/galaxy-s9-usb-c-flex-cable-leaks-out …“
The leak reveals the 3.5mm headphone jack port location on USB Type-C flex cable component, reports NDTV Gadget360. The component connects the motherboard to the smartphone’s bottom ports. It is needless to say that the report shall be taken with a grain of salt as the image seems to be sourced by the suppliers (and no other official info has been gathered from the company).
Enough information has been gathered post our report on how the Samsung Galaxy S9 duo will enter the mass production phase in January. Additional reports suggest that Samsung will adopt the SLP (Substance Like PCB) technology in order to incorporate a mammoth battery on the upcoming flagship phones. Also, the dazzling new cases showcase some astonishing features of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9+.
The Geekbench listing pointed out that Samsung Galaxy S9+ will run the Android 8.0 Oreo operating system, out of the box. Although the differentiating factors between the Samsung Galaxy S9 duo smartphones are still unclear, the rumor mill’s leaks do not end here, more news awaits ahead of the official launch event!