Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ to be announced in February 2018 without a radical redesign - Report - Android

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Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ to be announced in February 2018 without a radical redesign - Report - Android

Just recently we came across a report that suggested that it is highly unlikely that the Samsung’s 2018 flagship will launch at CES next month. However, according to the latest report,  Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ will launch officially by the end of February. The reports suggest that the event will supposedly be held on February 27 at the Mobile World Congress […]

Just recently we came across a report that suggested that it is highly unlikely that the Samsung’s 2018 flagship will launch at CES next month. However, according to the latest report,  Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ will launch officially by the end of February. The reports suggest that the event will supposedly be held on February 27 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

Samsung has had a history of launching smartphones at MWC. However, last year the company chose to skip the MWC 2017 and hold a separate “Unpacked” event for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ in April. Well, not to forget, it also had the Galaxy Note 7 blunder to cover up.

In other news, Samsung has reportedly canceled the redesign of its flagship Galaxy S9-duo. The smartphones are now said to sport the same dual-camera system, just like the ones spotted on the Galaxy Note 8. However, according to a tipster @UniverseIce Samsung has scrapped plans for a new design after it “did not pass the test”. Samsung reportedly wanted to increase its edge-to-edge design leaving only a thin bezel at the top of the phone.