The scores seem respectable for a device powered by Qualcomm's flagship chipset from 2017 and running Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. The company did also mention that the Sunrise Gold version will be available in additional markets soon, but didn't offer up a specific time frame or say where specifically it will be available. The real news, however, is why Samsung is making these moves.
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The I/O 2018 developers' conference of Google was held earlier this month. For starters, top-tier smartphones today are incredibly powerful and, in turn, tend to be "good enough" even a few years after initially hitting store shelves. If you need more, there's a microSD slot and it will also support dual-SIM. An early release of the next generation of smart devices might be just what the company needs to get back into the good graces of the consumers. Earlier this month, some users in the United Kingdom had reported that the new Android version was available through a software update. Surely, the new Android P is going to roll out for the Samsung Galaxy S9. According to the report, this means that Samsung is on track to roll out the Galaxy Note 9 one month earlier, as early as August. The important thing to be noted here is that if the users reset their devices, all their data will be lost and the phone will return to its out of the box state. Here's a translated version of what the moderator said while addressing Galaxy S7 users encountering reboots/bootloop after updating to Android 8.0.