It is reported that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will be launching on February 27th, 2018, according to Korea’s The Bell website. The date is expected to be the second day of the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 event. It would be quite surprising if Samsung decides to take the stage on this day, as the event opens its doors to the press on 25th February followed by the public on 26th February.
The speculated smartphone is then said to be rolled out for sale at some stage in March 2018, although a lot of its predecessors – such as the S5, S6, and S8 – were launched in April of their respective years. In spite of this, the conglomerate made sure its flagships were unveiled at MWC, and if that isn’t the case next year then it would be a huge shock to the smartphone industry.
We’ve heard multiple stories about Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone; anticipated to feature drastically improved facial recognition as well as iris scanning abilities, and possible palm-scanning technology which would revolutionize the industry. However, there are always two sides to a story – as some reports claim that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will not be much greater than it’s older sibling, the Galaxy S8. As rumors and reports continue to come out, only time will tell what the finished product will offer.
Are you looking forward to the Galaxy S9?
Via: | Android Authority |