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The Samsung Galaxy A7 was launched last year in India with Android 8.0 Oreo operating system
The Galaxy S9 carries a build number G96xFXXU2CRLO, while the Galaxy Note 9 comes with build number N960FXXU2CSA2.
The report highlights that the smartphone will be available in Black, Silver and Gold colour options. Further, the report says that there might be a gradient variant of the upcoming Galaxy A90.
The device has been spotted on benchmarking site running with the latest Android version.
The company has slashed the prices of the Galaxy A9 and Galaxy A7 in the country.
The update should be rolled out to other markets in the coming months.
The image confirms that the smartphone will feature an Infinity O display.
The roadmap reveals the eligible devices along with the date of the rollout of the update.
The company introduced a total of 24 smartphones in different price segments.
The upcoming Galaxy A10 will be the first smartphone from Samsung to feature an in-display fingerprint sensor.
But will it be enough to make a long-lasting impact on the Indian tablet market?
Both the devices are essentially the same devices except the screen size and battery capacity. We had the chance to use both the devices for a brief period of time and here are our thoughts.
Global numbers already indicate a possible demise of this interesting piece of hardware in future, however, do we really have smartwatches that are actually worth for money and deliver when needed?
Samsung, whose phones are so far been criticised for plastic body and identical looks, has released two high end smartphones with never-before-seen design.
HTC M8 is the true successor of HTC One. Not only it is a design marvel but it has some unique features too.
Lava Iris 504Q+ promises a lot with its 5 inch HD display, quad core processor, and Sony Exmor sensor based camera.
The Galaxy S5 is Samsung's first water and dust proof smartphone, marking the start of an era for Samsung.
The phone comes with looks that rival a high end smartphone and performs alike, but has some flaws.
This is one of the most innovative and powerful handsets in the market.
Designed for Humans - this is what Samsung say for the Galaxy S III which was launched earlier this year. The phone got rave reviews by almost everyone who touched it once.