When news of the new Samsung Galaxy S9 hit the virtual stands last quarter, everyone just went crazy. Many people wanted to have a sneak peek at the phone’s specs, prices, and release dates. Thankfully, the tease is going to be short-lived for Samsung fans since the Samsung Galaxy S9 release date is closer than you think.
A new report from Korea might’ve just made the wait shorter. Samsung is speculated to take pre-orders of the new phone a few days later after it is unveiled on Monday during the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona. Furthermore, The Investor revealed that the tech giant is scheduled to be released on March 16, 2018.
"Samsung recently sent out the preorder and release schedules to mobile carriers," according to one source.
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Earlier this week, there have been many speculations about the Samsung Galaxy S9 price. Many tech experts are expecting the S9 to cost more than its previous model as it usually has been. The general consensus hypothesizes that it would be USD$100 more. Besides that, there could also be trade-in deals that can save buyers up to USD$350.
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It might sound awesome but that’s not all there is to it. A huge German tech site announced that early buyers will receive their new phones between March 9th and 15th. Furthermore, a huge leak from the site also solidified the speculation that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will be available immediately after it is unveiled next week. From that same report, the blogger uncovered evidence that there could be a 256-GB variant of the Galaxy S9+ available at the launch in Korea.