ARCore is essentially a tool and platform for developers where they will be able to create apps that will be using augmented reality for various tasks.
While Samsung's Galaxy S9 is undoubtedly a solid and impressive device, the South Korean-based company faces the same type of challenges as Apple, which is to say that smartphone owners are upgrading their devices far less frequently than in years past.
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The smartphone is scheduled to go on sale exclusively via Amazon India on May 21 for prime users and on May 22 for all users. Amazon Prime Video users will get gift cards worth Rs 250, while discounts up to Rs 500 can be availed on Amazon Kindle.
Talking about the AR Core support, the technology was earlier available only on Google manufactured smartphones like Pixel and Nexus series.
Burgundy Red will be available in Korea and China from May. However, a Galaxy S9 Plus in Burgundy Red is sure to turn heads wherever you go. No words on USA availability, alas, although the "satin gloss finish" is supposed to be "coming soon" to unnamed "additional markets". Meanwhile, the Burgundy Red edition comes with a deep red paint job that comes with a restrained gloss for added density. Coming out soon after, the Sunrise Gold version will be available in June in markets including Australia, Chile, Germany, Hong Kong, Korea, Mexico, Russia, Spain, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, and Vietnam. The flagship handset will also be available in Sunrise Gold, joining the previously offered Midnight Black, Titanium Gray, Coral Blue and Lilac Purple.