Samsung to announce Galaxy S9, S9+ at MWC 2018

Samsung to announce Galaxy S9, S9+ at MWC 2018

Mobile World Congress 2018 starts on the 26th of February 2018 and Samsung are rumored to be announcing their new flagships the day before on the 25th of February 2018. Word on the street suggests that Samsung, given the success Apple is having with its iPhone X, is keen to get the Galaxy S9 out earlier than usual.

Samsung has remained coy on the aspects of the Galaxy S9, which is expected, however, it's never easy to hold onto everything for such a huge company that has everybody's attention. The Galaxy S9 is also rumored to come with a 3D camera or sensor for better face recognition. This was first reported by Sammobile. Thus, there is a possibility that the information contained in the benchmarks is not 100% confirmed and that perhaps we aren't looking at the real Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus specs after all. It is noteworthy that Samsung has not revealed any official statement on the same yet, but may do so in the days to come.

We have been hearing a lot about both the phones - S9 and S9+ of let. According to the publication, in the new year, Samsung is planning to release gadgets Samsung Galaxy S9 in three versions: normal, plus, mini. Both the devices have been subjected to several leaks and rumours already.

There are no other details of the Galaxy S9 Mini available right now other than the display size.

On the hardware front, the S9 series of phones are expected to run on the latest operating system aka the Android 8 Oreo. Sam Mobile says the Galaxy S9 will feature some iPhone X-style tricks, as well as Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 845 CPU, improved imaging, improved OLED technology, and more memory.