Samsung Galaxy S9 Now Also Leaking Through Instagram Stories

  • Samsung Galaxy S9 Now Also Leaking Through Instagram Stories

Samsung Galaxy S9 Now Also Leaking Through Instagram Stories

On the eve of Mobile World Congress, there's news that upcoming phone releases may not go as gangbusters as everyone thinks, and according to Gartner, the reason comes down to one word: quality.

Beyond the video, we also have two different sets of hand-on Galaxy S9 photos to check out.

We'll be live blogging the event from this page - so be sure to bookmark it ready - and we'll start filling it with delightful on-the-ground goodness as soon as we've negotiated our way into the room... although judging by previous Samsung launches, that's going to be far harder than it sounds.

A lot of new smartphones launched this year, but the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 PLus will be the first true flagships of the year. Images, specs sheets, pricing information and even the new handsets' launch video already leaked in the past few weeks. Samsung has introduced to the Samsung Dex, which is an add-on accessory that converts the Galaxy S9 into a PC.

Here s everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. The fingerprint sensor also changed its position a little bit, making it more comfortable for users to reach it without accidentally smudging the camera lens.

On stage we're unlikely to see many surprises, with the main focus being on the Galaxy S9 itself and the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus launching alongside. Of course, a number of people downloaded the Galaxy S9 video before it was pulled, and you can watch the full thing below. The worldwide variant of the phones will be powered by the Exynos 9810 processor, while the United States variant will have the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. This confirms past leaks and rumors of Samsung following the same design language for the Galaxy S9 series. If you thought that the new Galaxy phone will be affordable we are very sorry to disappoint you.

The launch video also shows an improved DeX dock that allows users to plug their phones to a display or a TV and turn it into an Android-powered desktop.