Samsung and LG will be announcing a new lineup of devices at CES 2018

Samsung and LG are bringing in new devices for 2018 and I know what you are thinking; the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, and LG G7 are going to be announced during CES 2018 right? Well, that is wrong because rumor has it that Samsung will be unveiling its flagship family at the MWC 2018 trade show and from the looks of things, it appears that LG will be too.

Samsung and LG will be announcing a new lineup of devices at CES 2018

So if we are not going to be seeing flagships from both tech giants what could we possibly be looking for? Mid-ranged devices are going to be unveiled during the event, with Samsung introducing the Galaxy A8 (2018) and Galaxy A8+ (2018), while LG is said to unveil a 2018 version of its K10 model.

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Though the information has not been officially stated by the two manufacturers, do not be surprised if it turns out to be true. This is what Samsung and LG are used to doing when the new year starts. Both the Galaxy A8 (2018) and Galaxy A8+ (2018) are said to feature a minimum percentage of bezels, followed by an 18:9 aspect ratio, support for Bixby that will be triggered without the need for a dedicated home button.

Read more: Galaxy A8 and Galaxy A8+ news, specs, features, price and release date

As for the LG K10, we could be looking at a phone that comes with its fair share of bezels along with a 5.3-inch 16:9 FHD screen. The chipset could carry a quad-core processor, along with 3GB RAM, and 32GB of internal storage. However, the K10 will reportedly have a few extra features such as support for LG Pay and more.

CES 2018 will start from January 9 and end on January 12. This is the time when we will found what smartphones we will be getting from both Samsung and LG at the start of the year.

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