Samsung may roll out the Galaxy S9 and S9+ as early as March next year.
According to a Bloomberg report, just like the S7 and S8, Samsung plans on releasing two versions of S9 with the specifications differing slightly.
Rumors have been ongoing regarding the reveal of Samsung's Galaxy S9 which many expected to take place at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January. However, Samsung's foldable Galaxy X might be making a debut at the event instead of the flagship S9, according to Mashable.
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The S9 will reportedly have an 'upgraded camera system' with its display having a similar look to the iPhone X.
It is expected to have an extended bezel-less display while getting rid of the touch ID option.
Benjamin Geskin, credited for giving accurate beforehand information for upcoming devices, shared a mock image of the device.
Samsung Galaxy S9+ Render | V2 #GalaxyS9 #GalaxyS9Plus pic.twitter.com/vy60Y3u51v
— Benjamin Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1) December 8, 2017
Previously, Gaskin's information had proven to be true regarding the Samsung S8 and the iPhone X.
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The S9 is rumoured to be powered by the Snapdragon 845 chip with an improved 5.8 inch super AMOLED displays and a more advanced facial recognition system. The S9+ would have a 6.2 inch AMOLED display.
In terms of pricing, the devices are likely to be priced as high as a $1,000 but such price barriers have already been broken by the iPhone X.
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