Samsung S9 and Samsung S9 Plus have passed the ultimate milestone and will soon be seen flaunting the shelves of the stores. Both the handsets have been certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on 27th December, just before the Near Year time. The only thing that has been left is the official announcement by the company which is expected very soon.
According to a wide variety of leaks, rumors and reports that have surfaced online in the recent months, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will offer a refined user-experience, which is more likely to attract more consumers to embrace the new Samsung bezel-less devices. The S9 will sport a 5.8-inch display nearly identical to its predecessor, whereas the S9 Plus will bear a larger display. The Galaxy S9 Plus is expected to have a 6GB of RAM and will possess the same dual-camera setup as that of Galaxy Note 8.
The mobile maker is expected to officially announce its flagship models at the Mobile World Congress which is scheduled to take place in late February 2018, with both the smartphones being slated for an early March release. However, the pricing details of the Galaxy S9 is still under the wraps, but the series is expected to start at $700 in the international market.