New Report Suggests Samsung Galaxy S9 Coming At MWC 2018

Isaac Cain
December 16, 2017

As we heard previously this will not be the case with the Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 Plus. The South Korean giants Samsung and LG are also set to be there next month, but rather than launch new flagship phones - something which will probably happen slightly later at MWC 2018 - the pair are expected to release something a little less flashy. Apparently, this is to ensure that the devices are out earlier on the market by March 2018.

It claims the phone will be announced on February 27, but that's South Korean time so it would mean the launch will be February 26 in Barcelona, Spain. The handset is expected to launch on February 27th (as shown in the image below), as per the report, with the sales expected to commence by mid-March in order to attract potential iPhone X customers, which has seen supply issues right after its launch. Reports are claiming that the new generation Samsung devices including the new Galaxy S9, S9+ would be powered by Exynos 9810 Chipset.

Unfortunately, Synaptics encountered a few problems that prevented it from implementing the in-display technology, forcing Samsung to make a last-minute change with the Galaxy S8 and Note 8 design. The design of the rear camera is vertically-aligned with what could be a fingerprint scanner.

The ET News source says the phones will have the same 18:9 Infinity Displays as featured on the Samsung Galaxy S8.

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From leaked renders (@91Mobiles and @mysmartprice) and schematics we now know that the Samsung Galaxy S9 series will largely look quite similar to the Galaxy S8 series as curved glass sandwiches with a metal filling.

According to repeated leaks, the Samsung Galaxy S9 series will feature different cameras between the two models.

Samsung hasn't confirmed anything yet about the launch of the Galaxy S9. In fact, recently, we have seen the video render of Galaxy S9 smartphones which got leaked by a popular leakster @evleaks on Twitter. We can take the rumors with a pinch of salt as of now. More people use their phones as their primary form of entertainment around the world, so a bigger screen is necessary.

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