Samsung Galaxy S9 could encounter strong competition From Bluboo

by Dimitris Economou 5

The year of 2017 has witnessed the boom of the full-screen design and Samsung undoubtedly leads the industry in terms of sales with its S8/S8+ and Note 8 models. However, Chinese manufacturers are already catching up and several worth your attention. one of them is Bluboo that has successfully launched several full-screen models with creative design.

Bluboo S9

In recent news, we learned that the Samsung Galaxy S9 could have a properly arranged fingerprint sensor (right beneath the camera setup) as the current design is considered a total disaster, resulting in smudged camera lenses. In this case, the back of the phone will look more symmetric and is more convenient for users to unlock the phone. Of course, other devices like the Bluboo S8+ are already there. It was launched one month ago and is still on promotion.

Bluboo S9

According to official information, Bluboo is planning on releasing a new flagship model with 18:9 full-screen design for 2018. Targeting on Galaxy S9, it is said that it will sport a flexible OLED display to achieve infinite display design and the size of the bottom bezel will be compressed so that screen/body ratio will rise to 91%. As for its specs, it will probably come with Helio X30 10nm SoC that should give the S9 a flagship performance. Also, it could come with 6GB/128GB and/or 8GB/128GB memory combinations. Moreover, the selfie camera will be upgraded to 12MP while the rear one will feature dual 16MP Sony sensors. Lastly, with Face ID as well as a fingerprint sensor, the Android 8 Oreo flagship will come in 4 colors as seen in the photo above.

Since the company had always had great VFM devices, a reasonable pricing is something we’d bet on. High-end specs and affordable price mean strong competition for the Korean giant that should release something unique to attract users’ preference. To be among the first to learn the latest news, you can check on Bluboo’s official website.

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