Samsung Galaxy S9 is on its way!

The tech show is on. We are seeing tons of new and exciting products at CES 2018. There are many smartphones that are unveiling at the greatest tech platform too. Many Chinese manufacturing entities like Vivo have revealed their first smartphone with an in-display fingerprint scanner. In the era of close competition among phone manufacturing companies, Samsung has just gone beyond the expectations of its long awaited launch of Galaxy S9 at CES – it is still delayed.

But don’t lose hope. Yes! There is good news. The launch of Samsung S9 is going to turn into reality very soon. In the race of strong competition how can the South Korean giant settle for less? They have confirmed to announce the launch of S9 at the Mobile World Congress (MNC) which for your information, will be held in February 2018.

The chief of the Samsung mobile company DJ Koh at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) press conference revealed the news that the flagship will make its intro in February 2018 in MNC. Further he told the date of release of the upcoming S9 will be given at CES.

While describing the unique features of Samsung S9, DJ Koh stated:

“Many companies have AI competence, but not many have hardware competence. We started a little later [than others] but we are confident in offering the best experience for consumers.”

DJ Koh further explained that Bixpy 2.0 will also be launched later this year with an updated virtual assistant that will surely be supported by all Samsung devices maximum by 2020.

It is obvious from the statement by DJ Koh that Samsung is aiming to point Huawei which has been conceited about its fresh flagship series to attain AI powered chips.

Samsung Galaxy S9 has already given false rumors in past of featuring 5.8 inch Super AMOLED display. The new S9 will also be featuring Samsung’s updated Exynos 9810 chiplets. So the rumors about upcoming Galaxy S9 featuring 512GB of having internal memory are also present in the market.  Let’s see how true these rumors will turn.


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