What you need to know about Samsung’s Galaxy S8 lineup

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is going to be a big one.

There’s no doubt that it’s the Galaxy S7’s successor.

It’s going to offer a huge amount of performance and build quality, but it’s going be a flagship device with more of a design language.

And the one thing that’s not going to change, beyond the slightly smaller bezels, is the screen size.

It has been confirmed that the S9 will be a 10.1-inch phone, but there is no confirmation yet as to whether or not it will be the S8’s 4K screen.

That means the S10 will likely have a 5.5-inch screen.

So what exactly does this mean for the S-S8’s price tag?

Well, it depends on the variants of the Galaxy.

The S8 and S8+ are both going to have a Snapdragon 835 chip inside.

That chip is likely going to come with a higher GPU and the ability to do some new things.

But the S7 has been rumored to have 8GB of RAM.

The new S9 may have a similar amount of RAM, but at the very least the new S-series device will have a faster GPU.

That’s probably why the SSE has already been announced as a 5K variant of the S900.

It also could mean the S S8 will be getting a new camera.

This could be because the new device will include a 16MP camera, similar to the S800, but with an additional 12MP sensor.

That will give the device an extra 1.7MP camera.

That sensor will probably come in 4K, which would give the S 8 some real bragging rights.

And it could be that the new Galaxy S-s8 is going be bigger and heavier than the S6 and S7, which is a great thing if you’re looking for a phone with a bigger screen.

There is also a new processor.

That is likely to be the Exynos 8890.

This chip has a 1.2GHz CPU and 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM.

That puts the S 9 at around $250 when it goes on sale on September 12.

Samsung is likely not going back to the Snapdragon 840 that it used for the Galaxy Nexus.

The company is still using a lower-power SoC for the Note 8, but the S Series has gone all in on the Exnm-based SoC.

And we know that the Galaxy Note 8 will be using Exyno 8890 as its chip.

That could mean that the Exymo 8870 will be used for both the S and S9.

And yes, we’re still waiting on the actual S9 launch date.

It was confirmed last week that Samsung is going back with the Galaxy A series.

And that’s the S series, which will feature the Snapdragon 820 and be powered by an octa-core processor.

It should be interesting to see how the S range performs when the Exo 8860 is used for testing.