Smart phones and tablets have long been used to make their way around the world.

Now, the tech giant Samsung has unveiled the latest generation of its latest flagship, the Galaxy S8, which will be available in a number of different sizes and flavors.

The Galaxy S9, which is also scheduled to be launched in late 2018, will be Samsung’s biggest smartphone yet and will feature an all-new design.

The smartphone will be manufactured in a new plant in China and be equipped with a 1.7GHz dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.

The new phone will come with the latest Android version 10.6.1, with a host of new features and capabilities including a fingerprint scanner, a virtual assistant and virtual reality support.

The phone will also be available with a 3,000mAh battery and an improved camera that can shoot 720p video at 60fps and capture a 5-megapixel image.

Samsung said the new phone is also equipped with an improved fingerprint scanner that is capable of scanning up to 3,500 times per second.

This phone will be the first Samsung smartphone to be available to the public in more than 60 countries around the globe.