The Samsung Galaxy S9 could be less than six months away from its debut, according to a report from Express. The report says the flagship smartphone will be unveiled at next year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC).
The current Galaxy S series smartphone, the Galaxy S8, was delayed and didn’t make it to MWC, where the three previous Samsung Galaxy S series phones had been unveiled. The Galaxy S8 brought big changes, especially on its display. That is expected to stay for the next version of Samsung’s flagship smartphone.
The report on the unveiling is one of the few that have surfaced for the Galaxy S9. A report from SamMobile recently mentioned the S9 and S9 Plus were in the works and its model numbers.
The impressive display for the Galaxy S8 is expected to return for the Galaxy S9. It’s also rumored that the phone will include dual camera technology.
Samsung has released impressive phones such as the Galaxy S8 and Note 8 this year but 2018 could be a lot more interesting. In addition to the Galaxy S9, Samsung could also be releasing something a little bit different, a foldable smartphone. A prototype was unveiled a few years ago but the foldable smartphone could be making its debut some time next year.
The foldable smartphone could be a game changer but little details have surfaced on this smartphone. The Galaxy S9 on the other hand, could continue building on the changes seen on the Galaxy S8. Recent rumors have mentioned that the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will come with the new Snapdragon 845 processor. Recent reports have revealed that Samsung has the first supplies and that the S9 will be the first phone to have that processor.
February is just five months away, so we could be seeing Samsung’s new flagship smartphone very soon. Which changes and improvements would you like to see on the Galaxy S9? Let us know in the comments.