Samsung is all set for the grand launch of the Galaxy S9 and the S9 Plus flagship smartphones this month.
The specifications and images of the proposed model have repeatedly leaked online but it cannot be confirmed until the official launch takes place.
Samsung has officially announced that they will launch their newest flagship models at an event which takes place right before Mobile World Congress 2018. The phones will be unveiled on February 25th which is just afew more days to go and the models are expected to have a strong focus on camera quality. It was teased by the manufacturer in their invitation sent to the press people. While the S9 and S9+ are slated for launch right away, it is going to be a long gap before the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is unveiled probably in the month of August or September this year.
While there are multiple rumors with regards to the specification and the design of the smartphone, a new leak has confirmed that buyers can look forward to avibrantcolored variant of the device. It is sure to spark interest among young buyers and those who felt the official colors looked too professional for casual users. The Galaxy S9 and the S9+ will be available in Lilac Purple colored variant. This is a first-time launch for Samsung which is officially going away from the traditional route of black and greys to something more vibrant. Besides, most smartphone manufacturers including Apple will focus largely on Red colored models but purple is very unconventional yet attractive in its own respect.
The camera specifications will play an integral role in making the smartphone stand out from the competition. Google Pixel 2 holds the throne for having the best smartphone camera which Samsung plans to overcome. The Galaxy S9+ will feature Sony IMX345 camera which will be a 12-megapixel dual camera setup in the rear to allow users to take photographs with bokeh effect.
Based on the rumors, it is known that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will sport a 5.8-inch super AMOLED display while the Galaxy S9+ will sport a much bigger 6.2-inch display. Both phones will have a resolution of 2960 x 1440 pixels with a near bezel-less display. The pricing and availability of these models will be known once Samsung’s Unpacked event successfully takes place before MWC 2018. The company also plans to get rid of the Galaxy S naming series after the S9 and go with a new brand name for future flagship models.