Samsung may have its Galaxy S9 series of smartphones ready by March

James Marshall
December 16, 2017

And this year, Samsung is apparently leveraging the huge public-gathering to showcase the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. The reports suggest that the event will supposedly be held on February 27 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Additionally, the phone also features FM Radio.

Samsung's flagship pair has gotten leaked in the form of CAD renders and 360-degree videos showing each phone from all angles. The phone is said to be released in South Korea by the end of next month.

Maybe the heavily rumoured Samsung X will be able to mitigate this problem, however.

Some recent reports state that the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ both will have "nearly identical" aesthetics of their predecessors - with Super AMOLED "Infinity" display panels in 5.8- and 6.2-inch sizes, respectively. For this reason, consumers are looking forward to this smartphone launch. However, it will have a completely new processor, new set of cameras and other new features.

"While impressive, this puts the device far behind the iPhone X, which scored a single-core score of 4197 and multi-core score of 10051". Additionally, the February launch of the Galaxy S9 would also expand the sales of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8, a little more in the meantime.

Samsung also reveals its Exynos 9 Series 9810 chipset is "built on 2nd generation 10nm process technology".

Rumors had it that Samsung will be launching Samsung Galaxy S9 at the Consumer Electronics Show this year. The LG K10 (2018) phone would feature all the basic connectivity features.

Here's how many charges you can expect to get out of all the popular capacity power banks on sale in 2017. That schedule would be a month earlier than for the current Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus.

So although the benchmark tests above don't make for great reading right now, at least it seems that Samsung are looking to keep pace with its main rivals in the camera department.

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