Download Stock Galaxy S9/S9 Plus Ringtones For All Android Devices: Giving a stop to the waiting of Android lovers Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. Now any Android users can download the ringtones available with Galaxy S9 and S9 plus. Extracted from the original devices and the ringtones and notifications tones are available in a high-quality format for any Android devices.
The two new premium devices from Samsung, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus comes with some cool specifications. Powered by the new flagship SoC from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 845, both the devices are promising to provide the best of performance. The Galaxy S9 comes with a 5.8-inch display which the S9 Plus gets a bigger 6.2-inch display. A 4GB RAM is provided for Galaxy S9 while Galaxy S9 Plus gets an upgraded 6GB RAM. The battery is another department which is different in both devices. S9 gets a 3000 mAh battery while S9 gets a 3500 mAh battery. Coming into the camera, S9 Plus gets a dual camera including two 12 MP sensors while S9 gets a single 12 MP sensor. Both the device gets an internal storage of 64GB in common and can be expanded up to 400GB.
The device hasn’t started shipping yet but a full ringtone set including high-quality OGG files is available for download. We will be providing a link to download this below in this article. You can download it and manually extract the files and use it with any Android devices.
Download Stock Galaxy S9/S9 Plus Ringtones (official)
We have merged all the OGG files into a single package which can be downloaded and extracted manually. Click on the below link to download the whole package.
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