There’s better anti-aging tech on board too, apparently, and wireless charging won’t be faster than on the Galaxy S8. Unfortunately, this trend of raising prices year after year is likely to continue until consumers stop handing over larger and larger stacks of cash for new smartphones every year.
Samsung is back at it again. The event is scheduled to be on Sunday, February 25.
A new report published today notes that Samsung will introduce its new Galaxy S9 smartphone using augmented reality technology.
The report cites Korean telecom carriers, which apparently already have an official preorder and release schedule from Samsung.
Moto isn’t expected to unveil its flagship Moto Z3 flagships until later this summer, but as the company did at CES, we may see one or two new Moto Mods to play with, which would be really neat.
The new leak comes from German publication WinFuture (translated), which offers some marketing materials and press renders that seem to be genuine. Are you waiting for the Samsung Galaxy S9? The flagship handset is set to come packed with the revamped ringtone. According to WinFuture, the two smartphones will go up for preorder on February 25, the same day as the unveiling, and will go on sale on March 8. Although, there is no confirmed news regarding the global pre-orders of the devices. Although we’re yet to see evidence on the streets, online retail website Flipkart, has started teasing the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ launch on its platform. They will both have an 8MP front-facing camera and a 12MP main shooter but the bigger device will reportedly have dual lens. In this features, you’ll be able to send 3D emoji while messaging and texting instead of standard emoticons. Samsung will also debut its “DeX Pad” on the phone.
Speaking to The Sun, expert Dominic Sunnebo revealed he expects even higher pricing: “The Galaxy Note 8 is Samsung’s most premium offering to date, and is available in the United Kingdom at £869”.