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FM radio support coming soon to the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+

FM radio support coming soon to the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+

Samsung Galaxy S9+ (64GB variant) is available for a down payment of Rs 9,900 as well and subsequent 24 monthly instalments of Rs 2,799.

The Investor reports that Samsung will start mass-producing its OLED displays for the Galaxy Note 9 in April, which is about two months earlier than the usual June kickoff for Note series smartphones. The Galaxy Note9 was expected to be announced sometime in August with the release set for September. Out of these, two iPhones will come with OLED display (5.85-inch and 6.46-inch) and the third one may sport an LCD display (6.04-inch). There might just be a reason behind this, as reports out of South Korea claim that the company is going to release the phone ahead of schedule.

Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphone - the Galaxy Note9 - may hit the stores in July or August.




But, like many useful features found on Samsung devices, the floating camera button is disabled by default, so you need to make a trip into the camera settings to activate it.

On the display front, the Galaxy Note 9 will feature a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED bezel-less display, which is the same as the previous counterpart. But as some new Galaxy S9 owners are discovering, things aren't working out quite as intended. Vodafone subscribers purchasing the latest Samsung flagship smartphones will be eligible to receive a 12-month Netflix subscription worth Rs.6,000 on Red Postpaid plan. You can also expect the integration of an under-display fingerprint sensor alongside Iris scanner.

That's all we know about Galaxy Note 9 at the moment.