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Samsung Galaxy S9 Confirmed To Debut At MWC 2018: What To Expect

11 January 2018

Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy S9 will come out next month. Instead it's set to unveil them at MWC 2018 in February. That, however, has been proven to be inaccurate and the media in Samsung's native country was speculating a launch date of the Galaxy S9 on February 26, the day the MWC 2018 kicks off. Samsung Galaxy S9, as we will get the Qualcomm processor 845, 4 GB RAM and 64 GB of permanent memory, as well as screen Quad HD+ 5.8 inches single-module and a main camera of 12 MP.

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The Launch of the Galaxy S9 that has since seen a lot of speculations going around will now come to rest as Dj Koh chose to settle the dust during his speech at the now-in-progress CES 2018 event in Las Vegas by announcing that the Galaxy S9 will be launched in February at MWC 2018.

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CES 2018 has nearly come to an end, which doesn't translate into a good news for those eagerly expecting an announcement from Samsung with regards to the next flagship smartphone - the Galaxy S9. The biggest disappointment of Galaxy S8, S8+ and Note8 is the awkwardly placed fingerprint sensor, which has been found hard to reach by most customers. The Galaxy S8 belonged to the tick cycle of design refresh while Galaxy S9 will be the tock model. Galaxy S9 series will continue with the dual curved edge display as well on both phones. The Galaxy S9+, in addition, will reportedly also have a fourth storage option, that is, 512GB for select markets. The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus would feature an advanced iris scanner, a microSD card slot, a USB Type-C port, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and an IP68-rating for water-resistance. Interestingly, this is the first update the unbranded Galaxy Note 8 in the United Kingdom is receiving since September 2017, which speaks volumes about Samsung's messy software updates. We expect the Galaxy Note 9 to arrive just days or weeks before the next-generation iPhones go on sale in September.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Confirmed To Debut At MWC 2018: What To Expect