Samsung Galaxy S9: Release date, features, price and rumours

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he first big smartphone launch of 2018 is edging closer, with Samsung expected to announce its hotly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S9 tomorrow.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is the latest phone in the company’s series of flagship smartphones, with high-end specs, an edge-to-edge display, its own version of Animoji and a dual camera.

Samsung has sent out invites to an event on February 25 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to unveil the Samsung Galaxy S9, its latest high-end smartphone that will look to take on Apple’s iPhone X.

One thing we know for certain about Samsung’s next phone is that it will be announced just before the international trade show Mobile World Congress at 5pm UK time on Sunday 25 February. Samsung has sent out invites to its unpacked event with a number “9” on the picture.

 The phone is expected to launch on 16 March, with pre-orders opening on 1 March, according to VentureBeat reporter Evan Blass.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is set to look fairly similar to the older S8. It is expected to have a 5.77-inch display, according to South Korea’s ETNews, while the Galaxy S9+ will have a 6.22-inch display.

This makes it smaller than the Samsung Galaxy S8, which had a 5.8-inch display. It is expected to keep its rear fingerprint scanner while still having an edge-to-edge display seen on recent Samsung smartphones.

 

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