By now you know that the Samsung S7 is launching this fall.
The company also announced that the Galaxy S8 will be launching this September.
There are some more details out there, but these are the basics we have right now.
In the meantime, let’s take a look at what you need to know.
The Galaxy S9 Samsung’s flagship smartphone is coming in two variants, the S9 Plus and the S8 Plus.
The S9 will be available in four different color options, starting with gold, silver, black and white.
The Note 9 will also be available with a silver body.
The most notable differences are the fingerprint scanner and a dual-camera setup, which allows for dual-lens camera setups.
The latter is something that is exclusive to the Note 9, and it’s what allows for the Note 8 to be one of the best cameras on the market.
Samsung says the S-Pen stylus will be standard on the S10, but it will be limited to just six different sizes and a maximum of three angles.
It will be able to be used in landscape orientation, portrait and portrait on the sides, and portrait mode on the top.
A larger tip will be used for text and text in landscape mode, and a smaller tip for text in portrait mode.
The S-LTE band will also make an appearance on the Galaxy Note 10, but the band is not exclusive to that phone.
Samsung says the band will have four different colors, which will be the same colors as the S Pen stylus.
The band will be compatible with the S7, S8 and S9, as well as the Note 10.
The colors will be blue, green, gold and orange.