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Samsung will unveil its new flagship Galaxy S9 smartphone in February, according to Bloomberg.

A number of previous reports have suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S9 is coming at Mobile World Congress 2018. There are also rumors of a third devices, the Galaxy S9 Mini, although it may not appear at the event. Just like its predecessors, Galaxy S9 will be a high-end smartphone. Allegedly this is because Apple's iPhone X was apparently the cause of Samsung wanting to launch a new flagship as soon as possible, but the company has noted that Samsung Galaxy S8 series sales have held up fairly well against Apple's lead model, so now it seems it doesn't feel as pressured. The South Korean company has scheduled the launch on February 27, as reported by South Korean outlet The Bell.

Bloomberg said Samsung is planning to sell the phones beginning in March. As per the reports, the company is going to make this phone available in March month to compete against Apple's new smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy S9 is expected to use 4 GB Ram and dual rear camera. In fact, recently, we have seen the video render of Galaxy S9 smartphones which got leaked by a popular leakster @evleaks on Twitter. However, LG has been consistently launching some serious smart phones with exceptional off the chart features and this time around it brings to India the LG V30 Plus. Check. Flash and heartbeat sensor on the right side? The new Iris scanner will work more quickly and offers great performance onboard.

We can expect the phones to be relatively similar to the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus in terms of aesthetic. There will be a Snapdragon 845 Processor on the device with a 12 Megapixel Camera Sensors and an 8 Megapixel front facing sensor. Besides, Samsung does have a history unveiling its flagships at MWC.

None of this information is official, so take it with a grain of salt.

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