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Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ launch, pre-orders and releasing info pop up online

16 January 2018 1

Samsung senior executive already confirmed the announcement of next Galaxy S flagship at the MWC 2018. This year will be company's return to MWC after 2016. Last year the Samsung's slot was taken by another South Korean company LG to showcase their flagship G6. However this year the company is all set to unveil their latest offering at MWC. Today the well-known tipster @Evleaks aka Evan Blass revealed info regarding the launch, pre-order and release date of Galaxy S9 and S9+.

According to Blass a “C-level executive at a major case maker” confirms that Galaxy S9 and S9+ schedule of arriving. Both the Galaxy S9 and S9+ will go official on February 26th. The pre-orders will start from March 1st with a release from March 16th. For sure the first question in your mind is why Feb 26th when the MWC will kickoff from Feb 27th, those who are aware Samsung announce their flagship just a day ahead of the big event to grasp the limelight for a longer period.

If the info is accurate then for sure Samsung will steal away the MWC show limelight from other devices expected at the event. It's not surprising to see Samsung will start taking pre-orders so soon after the unveiling because the company is known for bringing devices pretty quickly to the market after the announcement.

The aforementioned March 16th release date most likely will be for the US and Samsung's home country South Korea. We can expect the company will take a few days more to release their latest flagships for all regions. As the MWC 2018 is still few good weeks away we can expect a number of rumors and leaks will pop up in coming days. Stay tuned, we will keep updated.

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Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ launch, pre-orders and releasing info pop up online
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After reading all this, all I can say is I have mixed views on this. First, because quite a few leaks and rumors keep popping up. And secondly, the tweet from Evan Blass is there.

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