Finally, the official launch of the Samsung Galaxy S9 will take place on February 25 at the 2018 Mobile World Congress (MWC), which is the largest exhibition for the mobile industry.
Interestingly, the Samsung will live stream the launch event and all related announcements on its website.
Its launch teaser features the number “9” in purple while highlighting the words “The camera. Reimagined.” This may be a hint that the camera will be a major aspect of the smartphone.
Earlier, many rumors also came out indicating that the S9 will have an improved camera compared to the previous models. It was also speculated to sport a dual-camera setup in the rear. If this is true, it will be the second model for the brand to have this set-up after the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, which was a huge success last year in UAE market.
Furthermore, the MWC event will also mark the launch of Galaxy S9 Plus purple and S9 plus black along with the S9. As for the details, both the flagships will carry almost the same design elements as the Galaxy S8.
These devices are most likely to retain the infinity display with a screen size of 5.65-inches. The fingerprint scanner will be on the back panel below the main camera, which is expected to come with variable aperture lenses, and feature the portrait mode with a few more add-ons.
The latest Samsung phones may also pack in stereo speakers, USB-C port, Bixby button and a few other aspects as seen in its last model.
Under the hood, these may be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC or Exynos 9810 SoC depending on the variants. Other technical aspects may include Android 8.0 Oreo and 4GB RAM with internal memory of 64GB.