Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ launch not happening at CES 2018

Mindy Sparks
December 8, 2017

In any case, it now looks like Samsung is following its usual tradition and will most probably announce the two Galaxy duo later during Mobile World Congress (MWC) in late February. There's possibility that Samsung will showcase the device at CES in Las Vegas. As reported by CNN in September this year, Koh added that still has "hurdles to overcome" before it starts mass producing the device. This means that we may not see Samsung's upcoming flagship phones any time soon, at least not at CES. Ahead of the official announcement, both the phones have been subjected to several leaks and rumours. The metal frame can bend in different ways, and there are three antennas built-in so that the foldable design doesn't interfere with the phone's signal. Samsung is said to get rid of the headphone jack in Galaxy S9 series. Previously we came to know that Samsung has finally managed to manufacture a foldable or bendable phone display and it will launch the prototype devices to by end of 2017. However, chances are that the flagship phones may launch with Android Oreo software. The company revealed that Snapdragon 845 will power the next-gen smartphones like the OnePlus 6, Xiaomi Mi 7. It seems that Foldable Galaxy X is Causing Big Problems for Samsung. Last year, Samsung announced the Galaxy S8 and S8+ at a special event in New York City on March 29.


The Qualcomm variant will ship to the United States while global variants will come with Samsung's own chipset. Interestingly, apart from the f/1.5 aperture the Galaxy S9 may have an adjustable aperture feature as well.

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