We have already seen several renders as well numerous other leaks in the past few days about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9. It was earlier rumoured that the device might get at the ongoing CES event in Las Vegas.
But now during an official press conference during the CES event, Samsung’s Mobile Chief DJ Koh had confirmed that the highly anticipated Galaxy S9 flagship will be unveiled during the upcoming MWC event to be held in Barcelone in February. He also confirmed that the release date will be announced at the event. Last year, the South Korean company had unveiled the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ in March and the sale started in April. Since the Galaxy S9 will be unveiled in February, its sale is expected to begin in March.
Recently, a leak on Chinese site Weibo, the Galaxy S9 will come in 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage option, while there will be a 4GB RAM and 128GB storage variant as well.
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A Galaxy S9 live image was also leaked on Reddit revealing the front panel of the device. Judging by the image, it is certain that the upcoming smartphone will come with slimmer top and bottom bezels as compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy S8.