Galaxy S9 tipped to hit stores only in March, without Google’s latest Android version on board
Samsung will release the Galaxy S9 earlier than expected this year. For some people, that means early January at CES 2018, where the LG G7 is also rumored to arrive. Others think an early launch would still qualify as a regular Galaxy S launch, with Samsung supposed to unveil the phone a day before MWC 2018 in late February — it’s still "early" when compared to this year’s delayed Galaxy S8 announcement event.
A new report from a source of constant Samsung rumors says the phone is set to be unveiled in February and launch in stores only in March or April. But what’s interesting about this new rumor is that Samsung may not install the latest Android Oreo version on the Galaxy S9 handsets.
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