Over last several days, rumors surrounding upcoming Galaxy S9 has been pretty common in media outlets. While there have been previous rumors that Samsung might release the highly anticipated smartphone earlier than expected, Samsung recently confirmed that it won’t be the case. And now, a recent report has revealed that Samsung is expected to unveil the latest smartphone during Mobile World Congress 2018.
While there is no official words from the company itself, Samsung has used the event before to unveil its smartphones. For instance, Samsung previously used the event to introduce Galaxy S6. This year’s event is set to start from February 26 until March 1st. According to the latest report, Samsung will introduce S9 on February 27th. As Samsung previously released other smartphones at that time period, it won’t be surprising if the company decides to unveil Galaxy S9 during the event to attract potential iPhone X customers.
At the moment however, not a lot of details regarding the Galaxy S9 are known. Recent reports indicated that Galaxy S9 is expected to change position of the fingerprint sensor in the upcoming smartphone. Additionally, the Galaxy S9 is expected feature 5.8-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED screen, Snapdragon 845 processor accompanied by 4 or 6GB of RAM.
Whether or not Samsung unveils the smartphone during the Mobile World Congress remains to be seen but as we get closer to the unveiling event, we will learn more about the smartphone in the coming weeks.