Samsung to Launch 128GB Model of Galaxy S9 in India

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Galaxy S9 with 128GB storage by Samsung will be soon launched in India, according to a report published in Gadgets Now on March 7, 2018.

At the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 conference, Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ flagship smartphones with varying storage capacity of 64GB, 128GB and 256GB were launched. On March 6, two versions of both the smartphones were launched in India. The company had not given any hint of launching 128GB storage version. Recently, it has been confirmed that 128GB Galaxy S9 model will be launched in India. However, they have not mentioned the exact time frame of the launch. It is assumed that this model would hit the Indian smartphone market within a couple of months.

Compared to the price of 256GB model, price of 128GB model will be less. 64GB and 256GB models of Samsung Galaxy S9 will be available in the market from March 16 onwards. To subsidise the smartphones for the users, Samsung has partnered with many e-commerce websites. The Galaxy S9’s 256GB model is costlier than the 64GB Galaxy S9+ model. Also, both the models support microSD card up to a storage capacity of 400GB.

Few differences that can be observed in both the models are in their screen sizes, battery capacities, RAM capacities and a telephoto camera. Design, screen resolution, processor and the UI are same in both the models. These new smartphones will have new features on the inside than outside when compared to the Galaxy S8 models.

This new launch will increase the growth of flagship smartphone market, as detailed in the flagship smartphone market report published by Coherent Market Insights.


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