If you feel like it was just yesterday that the Samsung Galaxy S8 was released, then you’re kind of right. The Samsung Galaxy S8 launched a bit earlier this year, and while there was a moderate amount of controversy around its launch, voices rapidly quieted down and the newest addition to Samsung’s Galaxy flagship line was named the best smartphone release of 2017.
Seeing as how the S8 (and S8 Plus) were such big successes with the public this year, it’s only natural to start making predictions about 2018. And, if Samsung are to keep up with their normal pace, 2018 will be the year of the Samsung Galaxy S9. Here is everything you need to expect from the future Samsung Galaxy S9, according to our assumptions. As always, these are always rumors, so make sure to take them with a grain of salt.
First and foremost, one possibility for the launch date of the Samsung Galaxy S9 is the Mobile Word Congress in February 2018. However, if Samsung wants to launch it during an individual even as they did with the S8 and S8 Plus, then it will most likely launch in either March or April of next year. And as far as we know about Samsung’s tendencies concerning launches, the second option sounds much more plausible.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 will most likely be either equally expensive, or a bit higher in price than the Galaxy S8, which currently positions itself at a whopping price point of 689 pounds. This makes sense, seeing as Samsung will most likely build it around an exclusive Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset they are designing in close collaboration with the company. On top of that, the phone will also come with state of the art display technology, so it will surely be a luxury device well worth the money.