Galaxy S9 comes out impressively well after going through JerryRigEverything's durability test

Galaxy S9 comes out impressively well after going through JerryRigEverything's durability test

Galaxy S9 comes out impressively well after going through JerryRigEverything's durability test

There's so much to love when it comes to the Galaxy S9.

With a myriad of offers and new features on the phone, Samsung has left you with no option but to own this exquisite smartphone.

Market observers attribute the lower-than-expected sales of the new Samsung phones to the slowing smartphone change cycle worldwide, in which consumers take a longer time to upgrade their smartphones than before.

According to the report, the S9 managed to push about a 180,000 units across all three major Korean carriers, down 31% from the S8's 260,000 figure a year ago.

The South Korean tech giant plans to release the new flagship smartphones on Friday in major countries, and gradually expand the market down the road.

Now, after nearly 8 months, Google has finally rolled out the Google Lens feature to the first batch of devices. The planning looks quite interesting and they should achieve their goal as people are now switching to premium smartphones rather than sticking to the mid-range devices. Released a year ago, the smartphone was previously known as the A5, but the company has changed its name so that users associate it with the flagship models. It's the same chip that Samsung has previously used for some other devices in the Galaxy J series such as the Galaxy J7 Prime, Galaxy J7 (2017) and the Galaxy J5 (2017). The update has been reported from Germany and it is identified by the build number G960FXXU1ARC5 for the standard S9 and G965FXXU1A5C5 for the S9 Plus.

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