2018 is bound to be a success when it comes to smartphones, and now with spicy details about the brother of the Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S9, we’re more than sure about that. The smartphone is expected to hit the market in the first months of 2018, presented at the CES in Las Vegas, or in Barcelona, at February’s Mobile World Congress.
The leaked photos to show important details
After Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus got enthusiastic reviews from critics from its launch from April last year, it seems that the Samsung Galaxy S9 wants to fix some issues the 2 smartphones encountered. But one thing that it was not good with the phones, in users’ opinion, was the fingerprint scanner, which was placed on the back of the phone – this thing often led to the camera lens being dirty after trying to unlock the Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus. But this thing will change, according to some leaked pictures – the position of the fingerprint scanner will be repositioned for Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus.
Those photos also showed that the Galaxy S9 will have a single camera instead of a dual camera, as Galaxy S9 Plus is supposed to have.
Is it going to be released at this year’s CES?
And it’s good to know that they got the approval from the FCC. For those of you who don’t know, FCC (Federal Communications Commission) is a US government agency that controls communication hardware, just like television, satellites and cable connections from around the country. Just as Galaxy S7, Galaxy S8, Galaxy Note 8 appeared on the FCC before they were officially released. With this approval just in time for the CES 2018, we expect a great show. CES is set to last from January 9th (Tuesday) to January 12th (Friday).