DJ Koh did not mention a specific date for the Galaxy S9 Unpacked event.
Top GfK analyst Imran Choudhary told The Sun that a folding smartphone would "stand out". Both the smartphones will be running on the recently launched Snapdragon 845 processor and Samsung's own Exynos 9810.
As per reports, Samsung will launch the Galaxy S9 in two variants: one with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, and another with 4G B RAM and 128GB storage. The cases showed the two versions of the phone, with little changes to last year's release. However, the back looks very much like the Note 8's, except for the camera and fingerprint sensor placement and design.
Since the screen has 18:9 aspect ratio, the bezels have been kept relatively thin with the body measuring 159.9 x 75.7 x 8.3 mm. He hinted that the new S9 is likely to hit the market in late February. Things moved up pretty quickly, and the S9 is obviously now set to start getting all the attention from next February.
Last year, Samsung's mobile boss admitted he was hoping for a 2018 release for the folding phone. Moreover, you get IP68 certification that makes it resistant to dust and water. The UI worked smoothly in our brief duration with the smartphone.
There's good amount of firepower under the hood. The smaller Galaxy S9 has one single rear camera on the case listing while the S9+ has dual rear cameras.
It's a bit odd to think that Samsung would once again attach itself to MWC for such a major phone.
No, it is not launching at the Consumer Electronics Show! We used the phone outdoors and the sunlight legibility is satisfying.
The device also comes with Samsung's signature Super AMOLED display. Well, other than the inclusion of the headphone jack. The front dual cameras help to take portrait photos and it also lets you adjust the focus after taking the picture using Live Focus feature. It has dimensions of 159.9×75.7x 8.3 mm and weighs 191g.
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