Samsung Galaxy S9 official promo video leaks out

  • Samsung Galaxy S9 official promo video leaks out

Samsung Galaxy S9 official promo video leaks out

There has been a good amount of hype leading up to the reveal and launch of Samsung's latest flagship, so many will be pleased to get their hands on a new high-end smartphone in just a few weeks.

Check out all the key details below, including the latest Galaxy S9 release date news, plus rumours on specs, features and price. Earlier this week, popular leakster Evan Blass had leaked press renders of the smartphone. The Galaxy S7 Edge still has a bigger battery than the Galaxy S8+, and will likely beat the S9+ too. Therefore, it's internals can still deliver some punch, considering the world getting ready for the Galaxy S9.

The smartphone will purportedly sport a dual rear-camera system, as well as a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.

The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are to have 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch Super AMOLED Infinity displays with an 18:9 aspect ratio. If you want a well-designed Android phone, Samsung has some nice options.

With Google and Apple having released their AR kits previous year, other manufacturers and developers will likely show off what they have accomplished with the dev kits in that time. So, as per this Galaxy S9 price will be Euro 849 (Rs. 67,100 approx.) while the Galaxy S9+ will cost Euro 1,000 (Rs. 79,600 approx.). The S9+ will have dual rear cameras while the other phone will only have a single rear shooter-both making up the reimagined cameras. Samsung, LG, Sony, and others are all expected to unveil new phones.

The Galaxy S9 is just around the corner and fans are all excited about the device.

Samsung's hotly anticipated Galaxy S9 is set to arrive tomorrow in a special event that will take place a day before MWC 2018 opens its doors in Barcelona. That said, the leaks leading up to Samsung's Galaxy S9 announcement have been particularly extensive.

The live stream of the Galaxy S9 event will give us our first taste of the phone in its entirety, but we doubt there will be any surprises with the reveal.

Gartner blamed the drop in sales on slowing upgrades from feature phones due to a dearth of ultra-low cost quality smartphones, combined with longer upgrade cycles at the high end, with customers unpersuaded by incremental technology updates in newer devices.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 price is going to push closer to $800, according to industry sources we talked to TechRadar in the last week. They both will be powered by the Exynos 9810 or Snapdragon 845 depending on the region.

Perhaps we already know all there is to know about the phone.