Samsung Galaxy S9 confirms launch date
SAMSUNG will reveal its next generation Galaxy S9 at Mobile World Congress next month. A new concept video may have given fans their best look yet at this new smartphone.
The event takes place in Barcelona and it is usually where all the big manufacturers, except Apple, reveal what’s to come.
However, although Samsung has given an early indication of a launch, it hasn’t revealed an exact time or date.
MWC 2018 opens its doors on February 26 but everyone is predicting Samsung will show the Galaxy S9 to the world a day earlier, on February 25.
With a reveal imminent the leaks, rumours and speculation are flooding in fast with the Galaxy S9 expected to feature a faster processor, new camera and improved security.
A recent piece of news claims that the Galaxy S9 will feature the same battery as the current Galaxy S8, although it’s thought Although Samsung will still feature the same battery as the current Galaxy S8, there is an advancements in processor efficiency (which also means added life!).
The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will purportedly sport the same 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch dual-curved, edge-to-edge Super AMOLED “Infinity Display” as the Galaxy S8 and S8+, respectively.
Both models will keep the 3.5mm headphone port – something previously rumoured to have been ditched in favour of USB-C headphones.
Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will keep the Bixby button, which was introduced last year alongside the artificial assistant of the same name.
That said, those with knowledge of Samsung’s plans believe a number of keys changes on the way.
We shall wait for more details soon!
Here’s a video of Galaxy S9 & Galaxy S9+ concept: