Leaked Post Indicates Samsung Galaxy S9 to Launch Ahead of MWC 2018

“Yes you’ll see an earlier announcement of #GalaxyS9 with dual cam,”faster “and with some new”tricks”(they say) ala #iPhoneX ‍♂️” read the recent news that we have come across. Although Samsung‘s Galaxy S9 has come up with very few details, we have tried to cover most of them. Reporting on various aspects of the device, we had earlier informed you how Galaxy S9 was leaked to feature a front-mounted fingerprint sensor. Now, the most recent leak subjecting to the same device has surfaced online, which clearly indicates that Galaxy S9 will not be launched at the MWC 2018. Instead, the device may get unveiled ahead of the event.


Coming to the subject of the aforementioned Tweet, the latest news has been leaked by a Twitter user known as @Ricciolo. According to the leak, one may expect an imminent launch of the device even before the MWC event in 2018. Having said that Samsung Galaxy S9 may launch anytime sooner than February, we take a stab for January launch of the device. If this is anything to go by, one may further reportedly expect the global launch of the device to happen by the end of March.

Samsung Galaxy S9
The new Samsung Galaxy S9 may launch Ahead of MWC Event in 2018

As per possibilities, Samsung Galaxy S9 is expected to house the initial batch of Snapdragon 845. Prior to a couple of weeks, we have also come across a patent which suggested that the forthcoming S series device is expected to feature an air sensor. If this comes out to be true, Samsung will take an extra mile to incorporate an environmental sensor and thereby measure all particles and air quality in the upcoming Galaxy S9.

On the aesthetic front, the Galaxy S9 is expected to feature a modular design. The chipset might get coupled with a RAM of 4GB. For more news on Galaxy S9, one can keep an eye on our site.

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