Samsung will show the Galaxy S9 at MWC next month

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It's practically set in stone now that the chaebol's next-gen Android flagship duo, which we've already seen rendered based on factory CADs, will debut at the Mobile World Congress in late February. The Galaxy S9, furthermore, is also said to include a Super Slo-mo mode something on the lines of what Sony offers in phones like the Xperia XZ Premium. It looks like they will be taking full advantage of the media all being in Barcelona for the week. A Samsung Galaxy S9 retail box was allegedly shot in the wild and leaked online.

While there is no word on the processor of the Galaxy S9 yet, the box reveals that the smartphone will pack 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage as standard. The only thing that Samsung confirmed about the phone is it's going to be foldable.

"Samsung attracted more clients to the private meeting compared to a year ago".

An industry source familiar with what transpired during Samsung's private meeting at CES 2018 disclosed on condition of anonymity that the rumored Galaxy X handset sports a 7.3-inch display panel.

If true, it appears the S9 will feature a 5.8-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display which will keep Samsung's trademark curved design. The post goes on claim that there will even be a 512GB variant of the Galaxy S9+, which will likely be available in limited quantities and in select countries only. The phone will have dual stereo speakers tuned by AKG and also come with earphones tuned by AKG. Curiously there's no mention of Samsung's 18.5:9 aspect ratio Infinity Display brand, which seems a little odd as it has been keen to throw that branding around as much as possible with other recent devices where it has been present. The camera will also support super slow-motion video capture.