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The Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro was launched a year ago in India with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out-of-the-box.

However, for three years prior to the Galaxy S8, Samsung used the popular MWC tradeshow to announce the latest iteration of its flagship Galaxy S series.

Samsung's Mobile Communications Business President DJ Koh addressing a press conference at CES 2018 revealed that the first flagship smartphone of 2018 will be unveiled at MWC.

Its first official appearance will be an event that will take place next month so that nearly certainly means that it will be Mobile World Congress (MWC), an annual event which takes place in Barcelona and kicks off on 26 February.

Koh also addressed a perpetual Samsung rumor - that the company would launch a foldable phone.

The next-generation Samsung Galaxy S9 will make its debut at the Mobile World Congress next month, a company executive has confirmed. Here are the full details of Galaxy A8+(2018) smartphone, Price in India and Specifications. Samsung is not likely to introduce a bump in resolution by moving to a 4K panel but it is expected to improve the quality of display.

The handsets are expected to come wi9th 6GB of RAM as standard and a choice of storage options from 64GB up to 512GB. Keeping the phone alive is a decent 2600mAh battery unit, which, according to Samsung, can last an impressive 60 hours of audio playback.

With this confirmation, the new flagships will be successors to the company's 2017 flagships the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Samsung Galaxy S9, as we will get the Qualcomm processor 845, 4 GB RAM and 64 GB of permanent memory, as well as screen Quad HD+ 5.8 inches single-module and a main camera of 12 MP.

Front camera: On the front, the Galaxy A8+ comes with a dual camera system, consisting of one 16-megapixel sensor (f/1.9) and another 8-megapixel sensor (f/1.9) to aid in portrait selfies.

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