The next Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ from Samsung are undoubtedly among the most anticipated smartphones of this year. They have been the subject of a series of leaks and reports lately. Samsung has already confirmed that it will reveal these phones at this year’s MWC in February. Now, thanks to popular gadget advisor Evan Blass, we have the possible release and launch date for Samsung’s next flagships.
Citing information obtained from a senior executive at a major box manufacturer, the informant has leaked the launch schedule to the market for the Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 +. According to the source, the new Galaxy S-series phone will be announced at an MWC event on February 26. The South Korean tech giant will start placing orders in advance for the new phones on March 1. Regarding the date of shipment, the informant suggests that the new Galaxy phones will start shipping from March 16. It should be noted that, apart from 2017, when Samsung decided to present its S series flagships in a separate event in March, it has usually been launching the devices every year at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. If the latest news is correct, it seems that South Korea’s biggest has returned to its usual timeline.
Unfortunately, there is no way to know the authenticity of this information, so we advise you to take it with a pinch of salt for the time being. It is worth mentioning that another publication, SamMobile says that its sources have also indicated a release date of March 16 for Samsung’s new devices. However, this date is only for the EE regions. UU And South Korea, with other markets to follow soon after.