There are cell phones and mobiles. Even if I write it the same way, you know the second one’s like capital letters. The catalogue is very varied, but some models are the ones that mark each season. And Galaxy S9 is one of them.
From the next Samsung star terminal we know it will come with the Exynos 9810 processor, like the previous but more efficient. It will also not integrate the fingerprint sensor on screen, because it will be in the back like the current S8. Data on their launch is now coming in.
Galaxy S9 to be launched before MWC 2018
As smartphones are much awaited and will capture all the glances of the sector, the ups and downs of rumors about their arrival has not stopped in recent months. We recently saw what the design of the Galaxy S9 could be. One of the main doubts is whether we will see them for the Mobile World Congress in 2018, which is one of the most important events in the mobile telephony panorama. The GSMA fair will take place in Barcelona from 26 February to 1 March.
Well, perhaps the answer to that question may be the one contained in the Sammobile portal. It seems that Samsung could advance the launch of the Galaxy S9 to see the light before the MWC. It’s the same thing that happened with Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S7. There are also other sources suggesting that Samsung could start mass production next month. If so, it is most likely that Galaxy S9s will be presented during MWC 2018, as was the case with Galaxy S8s.
The quoted means assures that this information comes from a reliable source, although there is also no data on the exact date. What I do adventure is that Samsung might have “borrowed” some features of the iPhone X. No clues have been given as to what they are, but it is not unreasonable to think of an advanced function for facial recognition. In this way, the company will compete directly with Face ID, which Apple worsened so that the iPhone X came out earlier.
Be that as it may, what is clear is that the South Korean giant is hurrying to get its new top-of-the-range range as soon as possible. The question is whether it will have an impact on quality. Let’s hope it doesn’t and hope the Galaxy S9s come stepping on it.