5 Samsung Galaxy S9 features we’re most excited for


MWC (Mobile World Congress) has long been one of the most important events on the mobile calendar. The tech show, which is held annually in Barcelona, is often where the most exciting handsets of the coming year are unveiled from the biggest names in tech. In 2017, MWC brought us the LG G6, the Huawei P10 and many more. But it’s Samsung’s 2018 offering we’re most excited to see.

Although there are plenty of handsets, and not to mention smartwatches, we’re gagging to get a glimpse of at MWC 2018, the Samsung Galaxy S9 is tipped to be one of the best and a highlight of the show.

The good news is that the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus is official. Often we’re left relying on rumors when it comes to new smartphone releases, but the upcoming flagship has been officially confirmed for MWC. Or rather for February 25, one day before MWC begins.

But just because the launch is official, doesn’t mean we’ve got all of the details – despite numerous leaks. So we’re taking a look at what we’re most excited about for the smartphone, from the information we know, the most-likely rumors and the stuff we’d just love to see.

This article was sourced fromTechRadar

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