Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy S9 and S9+ as early as late next February, according to a report from Bloomberg. The Korean company will replace its existing Galaxy S8 and S8+ flagships with new contenders that will compete with Apple’s recently introduced iPhone X handset.
Not many details about the phones are cited in today’s report, but Bloomberg does note we can expect an unveiling in late February and a launch in early March. This would be a month earlier than when Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S8 phones this year. The S9 and S9+ will also reportedly come with improved camera systems and better-placed fingerprint sensors.
We still have to get through the holidays and all of CES in January, but expect more details and rumors to leak onto the World Wide Web in the coming weeks surrounding the Galaxy S9 and S9+.