‘Locked in’: Why the Samsung Galaxy S8 is ‘almost there’

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is “almost there” but not ready for the market yet, and the company is still planning to release its latest flagship device, the Galaxy S9.

Samsung’s CEO says the S9 will launch in October. 

But if you’re a new buyer, you’re in for a treat. 

“We’ve been working on the Galaxy Note 9 for two years, and this is the first phone that we’ve officially called a ‘mobile device,'” Samsung CEO JB Straubel said in an interview with Bloomberg Businessweek. 

The S9 is a premium smartphone with a price tag that would make most of the other phones in its price range look like a budget handset.

It features a 5.5-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 835 processor, and 16GB of storage. 

It’s the first smartphone to support 4G LTE, and Samsung says it has already sold more than 200,000 units. 

This is a good time to be a new smartphone buyer. 

Samsung is currently working on an “evolved” version of its flagship device that is going to be called the Galaxy Pro.

The new phone will feature a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, a 4.7-inch AMOLA display, and a 15MP rear camera.

The Galaxy Pro will also come with Samsung’s latest version of “LTE-Advanced,” which is a modem that supports higher speeds than its predecessor. 

I am not an “early adopter” in the sense that I am not looking to buy an iPhone, or a Samsung Galaxy, right now. 

In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever bought an iPhone in my life. 

Instead, I have a Samsung phone, a Samsung tablet, and, occasionally, a Chromebook.

The Samsung Chromebook was the first to get its own Android operating system, and I am one of the early adopters of it. 

My own Samsung Chromebook is one of my favorite devices ever, and it is absolutely amazing.

But I don.t have the money for an iPhone. 

As Strauben said, the Samsung S9 isn’t just the company’s best phone yet.

It’s also a good phone in many ways. 

With the S8, the company has been very clear that it wants to compete with Apple in the high-end smartphone market. 

We’ve seen some impressive flagships with bigger screens, bigger screens with higher resolution screens, and bigger screens that cost more. 

And I’m not just talking about the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. 

Apple is going for the same thing with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, and its rumored iPhone 8. 

These phones are designed to do a lot more with smaller screens and better cameras than a flagship phone. 

What’s more, they’re also cheaper, which is good for the industry, because we are buying more phones than ever. 

Straubel’s comments were pretty refreshing.

I’m excited to see Samsung move into the higher-end market with a phone like the Galaxy PRO, because it looks like a premium phone.

But it is far from the last phone the company will be making in the premium smartphone market, and we need to see the rest of its devices in the next few months. 

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