Samsung boss confirms the Galaxy S9 will be introduced in February at MWC 2018


Despite reports claiming Samsung could unveil its upcoming flagship – the Galaxy S9, earlier than expected, DJ Koh, president of Samsung's mobile business, says otherwise.

During Samsung's CES 2018 press conference, the company's boss confirmed the Galaxy S9 will be officially introduced in February at Mobile World Congress (MWC). It is accustomed to Samsung to announce a new flagship each year the second major trade fair of the year, and 2018 will not be an exception.

Of course, Samsung might have already shown the Galaxy S9 to carriers present at CES, but it only did it behind closed doors, so that doesn't count as an official reveal.

Unlike the Galaxy S8 that was unveiled in March and went on sale one month later, the Galaxy S9 will be announced a bit earlier and, presumably, sales will kick off in March.

If rumors are true, Samsung Galaxy S9 (or Galaxy S9+) could be world's first smartphone to pack 512GB internal memory. However, the South Korean company is still considering whether or not to put so much storage on its flagship.

source: Zdnet via Playfuldroid
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