Samsung to Launch the Galaxy S9 in February 2018

Samsung to Launch the Galaxy S9 in February 2018

Samsung will launch its next phone in February.

The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are expected to sport 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch OLED display respectively.

"It has a dual-front camera setup - offered for the first time by Samsung, 6GB RAM, 64GB internal memory, a large Infinity Display and stunning ergonomic design that draws on Samsung's flagship design heritage and experience", he added.

The Galaxy S8 was launched at an event in March past year and released in April. Technically the Galaxy S9 will be an advancement of the Galaxy S8, not a complete overhaul.

The Galaxy X first made noise in 2017 with rumors about its specifications as a foldable phone and its price range.


There has been a lot of talk about the Korean company's foldable phone, likely to be called Galaxy X. Last year, Samsung's mobile business head DJ Koh told media that the company was planning to launch the foldable phone in 2018.

The next-generation Samsung Galaxy S9 will make its debut at the Mobile World Congress next month, a company executive has confirmed.

Pressed about a potential release date for the all-new handset, Koh Dong-Jin said "it is hard to talk about the date of the launch now".

Since the top-end Galaxy Note 8 is priced at around £869, the Galaxy X could easily be more expensive than even the iPhone X's eye-watering £999 price tag. Select countries such as the USA and China would get the Snapdragon version while Exynos variant will be sold in other parts of the world. The MWC is set to start on February 26 and would run through March 1st. The patent has already detailed schematics of the modules in this design. The Galaxy S9+, in addition, will reportedly also have a fourth storage option, that is, 512GB for select markets.

As for the camera, the Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) features an 8-megapixel primary camera with 1080p video recording capabilities.

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