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Samsung Galaxy S9 could launch earlier than expected

Samsung Galaxy S9 launch can go earlier to complete Apple's, iPhone X.


Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, the upcoming flagship from the company are expected to come earlier than expected. The device was expected to be launched in March 2018 but now a random rumor suggests that the device could launch earlier to counteract the iPhone X.

Samsung Galaxy S9

As we all know that Samsung is under buzz for its upcoming smartphone Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus which will serve as the successor of Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus. It was quite fresh when Samsung launched an advertisement in order to showcase the drawbacks of having an iPhone like the limited storage issue, the negligence to water resistance and much more.

It is expected that the Galaxy S9 could be released early than the expected date. Mysterious Italian Tipster @Ricciolo1, who rarely posts Tweets said that the Galaxy S9’s announcement can go earlier than expected. His complete tweet is shown below.


Ricciolo1 tweeted that “Yes you’ll see an earlier announcement of #GalaxyS9 with dual cam,”faster” and with some new”tricks”(they say) ala #iPhoneX.”

He projects that the smartphone will come with a dual camera and will be much faster than the current one. Also, he positioned “Some new tricks” ala iPhone X. The tricks are still not clear and this made a suspense about the tricks of Apple which Samsung will be putting in its upcoming launch of Galaxy S9. Whether it will be the Face ID (The Facial recognition to unlock) or something else.

In a recent report, Samsung claims that the prototype production run started in October 2017 and now the production may take a quick bounce in order to make an earlier launch.

It is also expected that Samsung may add fingerprint scanner under the camera on the back panel of the device. A recent report also suggests that Samsung may drop the idea of putting in-display fingerprint scanner due to lack of space with full-screen display and curved edges.

Samsung Galaxy S9 will also build its own Exynos equivalent, a brand new 10nm processor which will be combined with a Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 chip.