According to a Bloomberg report, like the S7 and S8, Samsung may introduce Galaxy S9 and S9+ in March next year. The company is aiming at rolling out two versions of S9 with slight change in specifications.
Earlier, the rumors were surfacing regarding Samsung rolling out the Galaxy S9 at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January but it seems like Samsung’s foldable Galaxy X might make a debut at the event instead of the S9, S9+, stated by Mashable.
The S9 is reported to have an ‘upgraded camera system’ and the display pretty similar to the iPhoneX.
S9 may also be launched without the touch ID option and expected to come with an extended bezel-less display.
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Snapdragon 845 chip is rumoured to power the S9 with an improved 5.8 inch super AMOLED display. The S9+ would have a 6.2 inch AMOLED display. Both models are expected to come with face recognition system.
The price may be as high as $1,000 following the foot prints of iPhoneX.