Samsung’s Galaxy S8 along with S8+ are excellent smartphones that will wowed critics along with consumers alike. So, that will’s only natural that will Samsung’s followup, the Galaxy S9 along with S9+, would likely garner significant anticipation. While we don’t know everything about these devices quite yet, we do have guesses to some key points of interest, including when the device will be announced along with even released.
Announcement Date: Late-February
While many thought Samsung would likely officially unveil its 2018 flagships at CES in January, that will appears more likely that will the Galaxy S9 versions will not show up there. All the latest gossip seems to indicate the next mainstream Galaxy devices will be announced in February, possibly during the Mobile World Congress 2018 which takes place by Feb. 26 to March 1.
Discharge Date: Mid- to Late-March
While we all want to see the S9 along with S9+, we also want to know when we can get our hands on one of our own. Luckily, Bloomberg reports that will Samsung plans to Discharge its newest smartphones in March. various other rumors point to an early Discharge, so anywhere between 2–4 weeks earlier than last time can be expected, which makes sense since the S8 line was released on April 21, 2017.
In all likelihood, preorders for the Galaxy S9 along with S9+ will go live on Samsung along with carrier websites the day after the announcement along with about 3 weeks before the official North American Discharge date. So, for example, if Samsung announced that will toward the end of MWC 2018 on Feb. 28, you can expect preorders to go live on March 1, followed by a possible March 23 Discharge date for everyone.
The S9 along with S9+ will be the first major Samsung Discharge since the Galaxy Note 8, which expanded on the experience offered by the S8 along with S8+ using a larger display, dual cameras, along with, of course, the S Pen. While that will will be currently the only Samsung flagship to feature a dual-camera system, the Discharge of the S9 along with S9+ should change that will. Plus, the S8 along with S8+ versions will be the first to have Android 8.0 Oreo along with Samsung Experience 9 out of the box.
There’s a lot to get excited about the S9 along with S9+. We’re looking forward to seeing that will completely new dual-camera system, smaller bezels, completely new internals, along with much more.