Samsung Electronics will unveil its flagship Galaxy S9 at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in February, its mobile boss says. Last year’s Samsung Galaxy S8 was launched a month later than usual, though, in March, while the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge were launched at MWC 2016. Though the Korean company continued to face competition from Chinese Android vendors in low- and mid-range segments, its premium Galaxy S8 and Note 8 devices were received very well by consumers. It’s nothing odd that the Galaxy A5 2017 is once again ahead of the rest when it comes to receiving monthly software updates, but it’s not usual for a phone of the Galaxy J1 Mini Prime’s caliber to be receiving this update at such a time. Both the sensors enable the Galaxy A8+ to provide blurred background in images with a Bokeh effect. Leaked memory configurations have indicated Samsung Galaxy S9 will come in the following options: 4GB RAM + 64GB storage and a second 128GB storage option.
The Galaxy A8+ does not come with the curved screen like edges of the Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ but the device does have an Infinity Display that gives it a lot more up to date and futuristic look. However, rumor mongers were busy convincing others of Samsung’s plans to push ahead with the launch of its “S” series flagship early so that a CES launch of the phone could be a distinct possibility. India will get the Exynos version. The MWC is set to start on February 26 and would run through March 1st.
The Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro offers a 5.7-inch display with full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) Super AMOLED display. Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 8 on August 23 a year ago and brought it to market on September 15.