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The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S7 are finally here, but there’s still plenty of room for innovation in the Samsung smartphone space.

One of the biggest changes is that Samsung is adding a number of features to the Galaxy S8 and S8+ to give you even more control over the device.

The new S8 is an all-new design that looks almost exactly like the Galaxy Note 7, with its glass back, glass frame, and metal-on-glass design.

Samsung is also dropping the curved edges and opting for a metal frame instead.

The biggest new addition to the phone is a fingerprint scanner that’s powered by Apple’s Secure Enclave.

The S8 also has an NFC reader and dual microphones for a stereo sound system.

But, as the name implies, the S8 Plus has a new camera and a larger battery.

The camera and battery are the same size as the Galaxy phones, and it comes with a new 6-inch screen.

The phone also comes with Samsung’s new Face ID sensor.

The Samsung Galaxy phones are all powered by a new Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor that offers up to 1.5GHz speed.

The Snapdragon 810 and Snapdragon 820 processors offer 1.8GHz speed, and the Snapdragon 821 is the latest to join the mix.

Samsung says the Snapdragon 820 is the fastest mobile processor ever made, which may be true, but it doesn’t offer much in the way of extra performance.

That said, the Snapdragon 808 processor and Adreno 430 GPU have also been added to the S9.

The Adreno 420 GPU is a graphics-related technology, but Samsung hasn’t said much about it.

The biggest change to the Samsung Galaxy devices is the addition of Samsung’s Secure Emulation Technology.

Samsung has already added the ability to wipe and reset the device, but this is the first time it has been possible to do this on a phone.

When the device is turned off, the Secure Emulator will erase all your data, including all your photos, videos, and apps.

You’ll also be able to sync your contacts, contacts, and contacts with contacts on your other devices, and you can also set the Secure Enzeler to erase all data on the device as well.

The Secure Emulators are currently available in the Galaxy X, Galaxy S, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy Tab S2, Galaxy X2, and Galaxy Note 8.

The Galaxy S9 will also be the first Samsung phone to offer Samsung’s Selfie Camera.

The S9 is built around the same Snapdragon 815 processor as the S6, with 4GB of RAM.

The screen size is the same as the iPhone 6S Plus, and both the camera and camera sensor have been improved.

The fingerprint scanner has also been updated.