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Rumor: Samsung trade-in deal might slash $350 off the Galaxy S9, S9+

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Rumor: Samsung trade-in deal might slash off $350 off the Galaxy S9, S9+
According to yet another Reddit AMA by a person who has had the chance to play with the Exynos-powered Galaxy S9 and S9+, Samsung might introduce a really neat trade-in deal that might score you $350 off the price  of the two devices when you trade-in an eligible device. According to the leaker, this sum of money will be deductible from the total S9/S9+ price no matter what device you part with, granted that Samsung will accept it. 

Of course, this is great news for folks willing to upgrade from older Samsung phones or unhappy iPhone users who might be looking over the fence. From what we see so far, the Galaxy S9 series won't be that big of an improvement over its Galaxy S8 predecessors, thus Samsung could be directly aiming its upcoming flagships at users of older Galaxy devices.

Some other interesting tidbits of info from the AMA have it that users will be able to set videos as looping lockscreen wallpapers without using too much battery, Bixby Vision will be scoring live translations, and finally, Live Focus will remain an exclusive to the S9+ since it's the dual-camera device.

This is just the last Galaxy S9/S9+ rumor to enter the fold, and we always seem to know it all about the two phones. Just yesterday, they leaked out in full detail leaving nothing to the imagination and probably making Samsung's MWC 2018 event in five days' time a lot less interesting one. You can check out all that is know about the two phones right below:



source: Reddit

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