The Galaxy S9 may be one of the hotly anticipated Android phones set to launch in the first quarter of the year, but it’s not the only new Android flagship that’ll be unveiled soon. Most of these phones will be powered by new silicon, with the Snapdragon 845 that Qualcomm introduced last month being the most likely candidate. Samsung also unveiled its own flagship chip for the Galaxy S9 and Note 9 phones, and other smartphone makers will have their own Snapdragon 845 equivalents in 2018.
But the iPhone X successors set to debut this year will pack new mobile chips that will be unlike anything available in Android devices.
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