The South Korean giant has announced the 128GB and 256GB Storage variants of the new Galaxy S9 phones. Sandisk bundles an SD card adapter, too, so you can use the same microSD card in a full-sized slot.
We don't really have much information about how much the phones will cost and when they'll be available, but we can go off years past to get a pretty good idea. A larger display shows that the larger space could be used to cram a bigger battery into the phone.
Both devices will likely offer 3 and 4GB RAM options paired with 32 and 64GB internal storage respectively, differing in the processing power department, as the A6 is reportedly packing an Exynos 7870 SoC, whereas the A6 Plus features a Snapdragon 450 chipset. Even with the ability to increase storage with an SD card, 64GB simply doesn't cut it for some users, which is why Samsung decided that its fans should "have a variety of ways to keep their content close". With the new increased storage models, consumers will be able to store more 4K movies and Super Slow-mo videos which are quite popular these days.
Outside of the new storage allotments, everything else about the S9 and S9 Plus remains the same.
The smartphone will include a primary sensor of 16-megapixel with an aperture size of f/1.7, and the secondary sensor of 5-megapixel with an aperture size of f/1.9.
The front will have a high-res 16MP selfie snapper complete with flash - something not often found on more affordable phones.
The devices will only be for sale through the company's website. On the photography front, the smartphone could sport a single 16MP camera with a f/1.7 aperture, and a 16MP front camera sensor for selfies with a f/1.7 aperture. If you may remember, we once mentioned the Galaxy A6 and A6+ will actually be known as the Galaxy J8 and J8+ in some markets.