Galaxy S9 and S9+ Will Launch At MWC 2018, According to Rumors
In case you missed it, it’s been confirmed that both the Galaxy S9 and S9+ will launch during the upcoming MWC 2018. According to Evan Blass, whose source is a “C-level executive” at a casemaker, the market schedule for Samsung’s latest flagships will be as follows:
- Launch: February 26, 2018
- Pre-orders: March 1, 2018
- Shipping/release: March 16, 2018
This means that eager fans will get their hands on either device by mid-March. It’s also apt that both phones will be open for pre-orders as MWC 2018 closes, the event on which Samsung launches them.
A few things to get excited about both phones: it’s likely that both phones will sport the 5.8-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED screen, but this time equipped with Synaptics’ revolutionary in-screen fingerprint scanner to be seen in phones like Doogee V, OnePlus 6, and the latest Vivo flagship. It’s also been reported that the phones will be coated with a more robust material called Magnum alloy, and will be using a more sophisticated 3D camera sensor.
No details have been announced yet regarding local availability, release, or pricing, but stay put as we’ll tail both phones’ development ‘ until release.