Samsung Galaxy S9 to be launched at MWC 2018

Samsung did not announce the S9 at CES 2018 – there were some rumours that it would be announced then but that did not happen. Well now we have confirmation from the Samsung US news website that the next Samsung Galaxy S9 will be launched at MWC 2018 on February 25th 2018 at 10:30 PM IST.

Samsung Galaxy S9 launch

From the brief release it seems like they have focused on the S9’s camera and are aiming to improve that significantly and it may feature HDR video capture.

Also other key things to watch would be whether the 3.5 mm headphone jack is retained (most likely it will be retained), do we get an in-screen finger print sensor, better battery life in addition to the better camera as mentioned above.

What are your thoughts on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9 ?

45 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy S9 to be launched at MWC 2018”

  1. While it’s likely to look a whole lot like the S8, with the same 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch screens, Samsung’s newest flagship will reportedly bring a host of improvements, including a faster chip, more RAM, and a way-better camera. Samsung is expected to bring the dual-camera setup that was in the Note 8 to the Galaxy S9 this year, but there might be a catch: Only the larger model will have it.

  2. Impressive phone! Been using since I bought it last 2 years ago and my nephew who’s working for my Asphalt paving company is asking for it lately. I’m looking for another one now with an impressive features as a replacement for that S9. Thanks anyway for this great site whom I always turn to when looking for a gadget.
    John –

  3. Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Glass protectors are a mere 0.2mm thin making them ultra-light weight to allow for a ‘delicate touch’ style screen protector that promises not to interfere with the sensitivity of your touchscreen. Note 20 Ultra Case

  4. The Mobile World Congress 2018 kicks off on February 26. The Galaxy S9 is still going to be launched a month earlier than its predecessor. The Galaxy S8 was unveiled at a special event at the end of March 2017.

  5. I won’t lie; Samsung’s newer devices are hard to ignore. The only thing that’s bounding me to Apple is the reaction time for the touch screen. I am aware Samsung’s been improving throughout the years, but that split second delay is a big deal for me.

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