It’s that time of the year when we across a lot of rumours and half baked reports associated to Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone. This time around, the rumour mill is churning out new information about the Galaxy S9 each passing day, as the company is expected to showcase the iteration of its flagship at the CES 2018 in Las Vegas.
But turns out, Samsung has reportedly told The Korea Herald, it is ‘unlikely’ that no one (partners) outside the Samsung’s labs will get a sneak peek of what’s cooking inside until the time is right. This also indicates that the company might not showcase the device at CES 2018.
Earlier there were reports that the device might make a cameo at CES in January 2018, but the new reports state otherwise. As for the specifications, the smartphone is rumoured to boast Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 chipset manufactured using the 10nm manufacturing process. The Galaxy S9 will have 4GB of RAM whereas the S9 + will sport 6GB of RAM.
The S9 will retain the design of the S8 but have completely new innards. It will retain the 5.8-inch Infinity Display panels from the present S8 lineup. However, it will have a completely new processor, new set of cameras and other new features.