So we know that Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy S9 will be announced at MWC 2018, but the company did not mention when exactly it will be launched. However Samsung has pretty much confirmed when thanks to a tweet in which they have announced that the Galaxy S9 will be officially unveiled on the 25th of February, 2018.

This is in line with what the company had previously said, which is that the phone would be announced at MWC 2018. What’s interesting is that in the invite, Samsung mentions that the Galaxy S9’s camera will be “reimagined”. We’re not sure what they mean, but the other day Samsung posted on their website some details about a new ISOCELL camera.

We’re not sure if this camera was intended for the Galaxy S9, but it wouldn’t be a stretch to think if it was. The new technology is said to be able to capture even more frames per second, resulting in users being able to capture videos in slow-mo that’s smoother and also potentially at a higher quality.

Other rumored details about the Galaxy S9 include the use of Samsung’s new Exynos 9810 chipset, but otherwise apart from that it is said that the Galaxy S9 will maintain the design of its predecessor. Either way we’ll find out next month, so check back with us then for the details.

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