Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone is expected to release in January, as per the reports. The phone might debut during CES 2018. On the other hand, according to Independent, Olixar indicates that S9 and S9+ will be released on 28 February. Based on these rumors, it is difficult to predict when the phone will officially launch.
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The South-Korean tech giant usually releases the Flagship S-series smartphone in March or April. This time, the company might have decided to bring the device early to compete against iPhone X in the top-end smartphone market segment.
Recently, pictures claiming to reveal the Galaxy S9 have been leaked online. There are reports that on the basis of these recent leaks the case makers have already started the booking for the cases of the upcoming smartphone.
The device is expected to come up in two variants, S9 and S9 Plus. The pair of flagship might feature the rear dual-lens camera and under the screen fingerprint sensor. One of the highlights of the phone could be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor.
There might not be a radical change in S9 compared to S8. Meanwhile, the price of the phone is not confirmed and company has made any comment of when the device will be released.
Stay tuned for more tech updates.