Samsung “unlikely” to showcase Galaxy S9 at CES 2018

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Some rumors were circulating last month which suggested that Samsung might announce its upcoming Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones at CES in January 2018. However, as reported by Korea Herald, the South Korean company has declined the rumors citing that it’s “unlikely” to happen.

Galaxy S9 Bezel-less concept

Hence, it is now expected that the Korean tech giant may unveil the Galaxy S9 and S9+ at MWC in February just like they used to do with Galaxy S series. Otherwise, Samsung might announce both smartphones by hosting a dedicated event in March just like they have done in 2017 for Galaxy S8 series.

Korea Herald also reported that Samsung is not able to implement the in-display fingerprint sensor in Galaxy S9. The display will have more narrow bezels now probably 88-90% screen-to-body ratio. The report also says that Samsung has already started Android 8.0 Oreo testing for this device.

The report also hints that Samsung might actually showcase its foldable Galaxy X phone at the upcoming CES conference. Earlier Samsung has already said that they are planning to launch the Galaxy X series smartphone in 2018. So if it happens we will be able to see a glimpse of the foldable smartphone.

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