Samsung has rolled out invitations to its much-anticipated Galaxy S9 unveiling, announcing the launch event to take place on 25th February in Barcelona, just a day before the official start of Mobile World Congress conference in Spain.
From 02.25.2018. #Unpacked will change how you experience everything. pic.twitter.com/llrGt0Q6gF
— Samsung Mobile (@SamsungMobile) January 25, 2018
The event will be streamed live via Samsung’s website. According to the company, customers can expect a more refined camera on the latest flagship device as the invite has the text “Camera, reimagined”.
Media reports are predicting the device will have improved battery, enhanced screen and possible experimental features. The Galaxy S9 line-up is also expected to be among the first to feature Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 845 processor, which was announced recently.
The new smartphone line is being introduced to the market just after a few months of its competitor’s Apple’s iPhone X launch. Since the launch of its Galaxy Note8 line-up, the company seems to have recovered from its Galaxy Note7 fiasco and gained back market share. The company’s flagship devices continued to perform well in Q3 2017, according to a recent IDC report. It stated that Samsung has remained the overall leader in the worldwide smartphone market with 83.3 million units shipped, up 9.5 percent from 2016.