Samsung Galaxy S9 launch date announced
No, it isn't launching at the Consumer Electronics Show!
While other smartphones producers are blooming in CES 2018, together with Chinese producers like Vivo which introduced its first smartphone with an in-display fingerprint scanner, Samsung has dashed hopes for the launch of its most anticipated Galaxy S9 at CES.
However fear not as now we now have an affirmation that S9 shall be actuality earlier than anticipated. The South Korean producer has confirmed the launch of its upcoming flagship Galaxy S9 at Mobile World Congress (MWC) which is going on next month.
In line with Samsung cell chief DJ Koh, who appeared in a press convention at CES, the flagship will make its debut in MWC 2018, in February. As well as, Koh mentioned that the release date of the smartphone may even be provided at CES, which is able to proceed for 2 extra days.
Koh additionally revealed that Bixby 2.0 may even be launched later this yr and affirmed that the upgraded digital assistant shall be supported by all Samsung gadgets by 2020. Whereas referring to the distinctiveness of Samsung from different tech giants, Koh mentioned,
"Many companies have AI competence, but not many have competence. We started a little later [than others] but we are confident in offering the best experience for consumers."
Apparently, Samsung is pointing to Huawei here which has been boasting its latest flagship collection to have AI-powered chips.
For individuals who are unaware, Samsung Galaxy S9 has already been rumored to featuring a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED display. The smartphone may even feature Samsung's newest Exynos 9810 chipsets. Whereas the rumors concerning the Galaxy S9 that includes a 512GB of inside memory are additionally on the rise, we hope there's fact to those rumors.
The South Korean giant didn't let Consumer Electronic Show go without any announcement, the corporate has already introduced its 146-inch MicroLED TV on the event dubbed as 'The Wall'.