MWC 2018: Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ and what to expect


Samsung's Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will also compete against the current Apple flagship, which is the iPhone X and the iPhone 8 Plus as well. After all the leaks at this point, we're not sure why Samsung even bothered to pull the video.

In the video, available on youtube, one can see the phone being docked on a DeX pad to provide a full-screen PC-like experience as well as a mention of the dual-screen multitasking capabilities, an Android Enterprise edition of the Galaxy S9 and the new Knox security feature. Samsung will stick with a similar glass and metal design like the previous phones and the Galaxy S9 will have the same 5.8-inch Infinity Display, while the Plus variant will get 6.2-inch Infinity Display.

So far, we know that the Galaxy S9 is going to look a lot like its predecessor, the S8. Yes, there will be a ton of surprises in store for us during the launch but the Galaxy 9 and the Samsung Galaxy S9 will definitely steal the show.

With Mobile World Congress set to start this week, the world is about to see a slew of new phones. It also seems the Galaxy S9 will have a focus on the camera, most notably by the tagline of the camera being 'Reimagined.' Unfortunately, no details on specs. The global variant of the phones will be powered by the Exynos 9810 processor, while the U.S. variant will have the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. One user of the Facebook-owned service recently shared an ephemeral Story showcasing the larger Galaxy S9 Plus from both sides, with the images seen above being largely in line with recent rumors and reports about the upcoming phablet. The only interesting part of the presentation will be the camera of the Samsung Galaxy S9.

It's not exactly the same, mind you, as you use your phone much more than you'd use your TV, but according to Gartner's research, it's making a dent in the expected smartphone sales. If you thought that the new Galaxy phone will be affordable we are very sorry to disappoint you.