16 December 2017
Last month, rumors began to churn out in an alarming fashion about Samsung’s upcoming flagship as the company teased Artificial Intelligence as the key towards the Galaxy S9. While the South Korean giant ordered 3D components for the device’s intensive facial recognition system, we believed that the Galaxy S9 might as well turn up at the CES 2018 event instead of being introduced during the next Mobile World Congress.
In contrary to the latest speculations, a company spokesperson has revealed to The Korean Herald that an appearance at the CES 2018 is not quite likely for the upcoming S9 flagship. Having said that, we’re still not certain as to what the individual tried to say. It might simply have meant that Samsung hasn’t cleared its mind on whether to give a glimpse of the device in January before being unveiled during the MWC in March.
The Galaxy S9 is rumored to feature a 5.77-inch screen with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset which was only unveiled recently at the Qualcomm Summit. The device will be launched alongside the DeX Pad which will be an improved iteration of the DeX Dock.