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Samsung Might Unveil Galaxy S9 in March

Samsung might reveal its new phones—Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ early next year—let’s say March 2018.

As per the reports of Bloomberg, similarly, like the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S8, Samsung has intentions of rolling out the two versions of S9 with a slight difference in the specifications.

Rumors are already in air relating the launch of the new phone by Samsung (Samsung Galaxy S9)—which many people anticipate that would be launched at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) next year in January.

But it is also said as per Mashable that instead of S9, Samsung’s foldable Galaxy X might make its debut at the GES event.

The S9, as per reports is believed to have an upgraded camera system and its display would be very much like the iPhone X.

It would not be having the touch ID option and is believed to have an extended bezel-less display.

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Benjamin Geskin—credited for sharing exclusive before release information of the upcoming gadgets, has shared a mock image of the S9.


Earlier Geskin provided some information relating iPhone X and Samsung S8 and the provided information proved very much accurate.

The Galaxy S9 is believed to be powered by the Snapdragon 845 chip along with a much improved 5.6-inch super AMOLED display and much advanced facial recognition system.

The Galaxy S9Plus is rumoured to have a 6.2-inch AMOLED display.

As far as the pricing is concerned they are likely to be priced as high as $1,000 but such price barriers have already been broken as witnessed with the case of iPhone X.

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