Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus smart phone leaks and reports from Korea creates major hype about the upcoming smartphone. Throughout the winter, we got many reports and leaked images, specs, design and features of Samsung upcoming flagship smartphones. The one of the biggest rumor that we had last week that the company will release both of its flagship smartphone S9 and S9 Plus in this February. Some other reports point out that the company will start pre orders for its upcoming smartphone around the world.
Today leaks and reports stated Samsung rescheduled the release date of the smartphone. The new release date will be March 16th in front of MWC 2018. However, the company will start pre orders from its home country until 28 February. Some of the report says the users in Korea will order for the S9 series form March 2, 2018. According to the report:
“Samsung recently sent out the preorder and release schedules to mobile carriers,”
We are not sure what is the actual release date. One of the other sources leak the company will start taking pre-orders of S9 and S9 plus just after the press release on March 8th. We are expecting the smartphone will release between March 9th to mid of March.
A report from Germany share a evidence about the launch of the S9 Plus smartphone at the end of the month. In the image, the list showing the 256GB SM-G965 version that confirms the company will release its smartphone in Korea and then around the world.
Korea Phone Lost & Found Center (yes, they apparently have an official, cross carrier, "authority" to report lost (and found) phones) says the Galaxy S9+ (SM-G965) also comes as a 256 GB variant. src: https://t.co/Z3zVA5B8iM pic.twitter.com/DVBPNpm49M
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) February 21, 2018