Samsung Galaxy S series are a bit disappointed because they expected that Samsung will introduce its Galaxy S9 at Consumer Electronics Show CES 2018. A recent announcement by Samsung chief DJ Koh has confirmed that Samsung has no plans to unveil its Galaxy S9 smartphones at CES. According to ZDNet Samsung Galaxy S9 will be unveiled at Mobile World Congress which will be held at Barcelona on 26 February 2018.
This is not surprising as the Samsung has previously unveiled its Galaxy S series smartphones at MWC. This is a smart move by the company to ensure that the Galaxy S9 gets a larger share of attention by smartphone enthusiasts.
There are several rumors about Galaxy S9 which are to be confirmed by official announcement by Samsung. It is expected that the Galaxy S9 series will come with a new processor most probably Snapdragon 845 with Adreno 630 GPU and Hexagon 685 DSP. The processor will support on device AI processing richer camera and gaming experience.
Galaxy S9 will come in two sizes with Galaxy S9 Plus the larger one. The devices will come with even smaller bezels and possibly in display fingerprint sensor. Both Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus are expected to have 6GB or RAM and Dual Camera setup. We will have to wait for MWC 2018 to get all these rumors confirmed.