Samsung Galaxy S9 to be unveiled at MWC in February
The Samsung Galaxy S9 will likely usher in the next generation of smartphones, with the upcoming Galaxy flagship being highly awaited by the entire Android community. The flagship has been in the headlines of recent, which is always an indication that we're close to an announcement. We may be much closer, even, according to a report by South Korean outlet The Bell.
According to The Bell, the Korean giants will announce the flagship by the end of February, at MWC. That's, of course, just an unveiling, and the actual launch will likely come a few weeks later, much like with previous devices in the series. The S8, for example, was announced on March 30, then launched three weeks later on April 21.
The S9 is reportedly designed to disrupt the iPhone X's current sales climb, with the Samsung flagship meant to provide the level of competition that the S8 was unable to (as it was launched much earlier).
Actual details of the S9 aren't as forthcoming as the public would like, with the device expected to be a less radical improvement on its predecessor. Major changes are expected to include the SoC, storage, and camera sensors.