Samsung Galaxy S9: What we hope & expect to see

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28 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy S9: What we hope & expect to see

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  2. My headphones are Bose on ear wireless. They costed $250, which is a bit expensive but definitely worth it. I'm not sure of the actual battery life but I charge usually twice a week and use them daily. The delay is only about half a second and the controls are easy to use (play/pause one press, next song double presses, previous song triple press, open google assistant press and hold.) And lastly, the sound quality is great, obviously, it's Bose, and the bass is pretty good. Also if the battery dies, it has a headphone jack to plug into your phone (cord included)

  3. Who cares about front facing speakers. It's overrated. I could be wrong, but most people use headphones to listen to audio on their phones. I rather give up the front facing speakers for more screen real estate.

  4. I agree that most Bluetooth headphones suck, HOWEVER  using the apple airpods is the best headphone experience you will ever have

  5. I understand headphones jack is needed but if there were better type c usb headphones with noise cancelation and other battery powered features thats powered by the phone, would you buy one? I'm designing headphones to make and start a business. What is everyones thoughts

  6. I think both Samsung and Apple are innovative. Apple with their 3D infrared face recognition and Samsung with their fingerprintreader onder the display. They are both a great way to unlock your phone.

  7. One of my friends had a wireless earbuds that use a wired form and a wireless form. They literally switch.

    Also, if they'd just put 2 USB-C ports in there, problem solved, no headphone jacc but you have the C.

  8. LG tone pro wireless headphones. I get 8 hours of battery regularly. And that's with audio playing. Longer when they are just on and not in use. Phone call sound crisp and people never have trouble hearing me even in loud areas or when I'm talking quietly studying for test in the library at my university. They are light and comfortable in the ears. Range is great allowing me to walk into other rooms and even to different floors without losing connection to my phone. Sound quality is on par with regular wired headphones. And they don't have active sound cancellation but do a very good job blocking sound if you place them snug in your ears while you can still put them shallower in your ear to hear your surrounding and hold conversations if you wish. Either way they are very comfortable and I have never had fatigue wearing them. I wear mine regularly and listen for many hours at a time and when I don't have the ear buds in I sometimes forget I still have the headset around my neck.

  9. Sam we expected alot…
    Super capacitors battery for a decade…Better then li.on and lithium. Indisplay finger print scanner
    Dual camera front and back
    900 usd

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