Samsung Galaxy S9 launch event happening February 25

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After appearing in some leaks and making a stop at the FCC, the Samsung Galaxy S9 is ready for its time in the spotlight.

Samsung will announce the Galaxy S9 on February 25. The company just posted a teaser video to its official Samsung Mobile account on Twitter that shows a number 9 with the words “The Camera. Reimagined.” We’re then told that a Galaxy Unpacked event is happening February 25.

Galaxy flagships are often praised for their camera performance, but it looks like that’ll be an area of particular focus for Samsung with the Galaxy S9. We’ll just have to wait and see exactly what Samsung’s got planned, but the good news is that that wait is only going to be one month long.

What does the Samsung Galaxy S9 need for you to consider buying it?

Source: @SamsungMobile

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  • Sayahh

    “What does the Samsung Galaxy S9 need for you to consider buying it?”

    A price cut?

    • Taz & Storm Master

      nic try lol thats not going too happen

      • Crackers luv M3TH

        its cheaper then Apple it’s only real competition

        • JJCommonSense

          So we think. I wouldn’t be surprised if Sammy ups the ante since they know customers will pay it. Samsung

        • Crackers luv M3TH

          They never have and wouldn’t at this point. Their trying to convert iphone users to samsung and pricing themselves higher then iPhone X isn’t gonna happen. The only reason the iPhone X price is higher is because of Samsung is not supplying the displays for the iPhone X at a bargain.

    • Bklynman

      Look at it this way,with 9 coming out,8’s will get big price cut,how low? Anyone guess,who knows maybe it will one day sale price of $400.00 like they did with the Moto. They had one day sale for it I believe on cyber Monday,for $300,then back up to $375,they still claim it is on sale for only $375. for the last 6month off the reg price of $500!! If they had kept that phone at $300,I believe it would be flying out the stores.

  • Hector Rivera

    A price cut and not to be exactly as the S8 but with invisible non-consecuential-unimportant features that only geeks care for. (We’re sh…t out of luck cause it is gonna look identical to the S8. What a joke!)

    • Crackers luv M3TH

      Why does it need a price cut? It’s already cheaper then the competition Apple. Samsung has majority of the Android market share.

      • Hector Rivera

        True…but the damn phone basically is going to be an S8 with very few geeky features and they probably are going to jack up the price as if they were selling diamonds. I’m a fan but, I’m gonna hold on to my S7 edge ’till next year and wait for the SX or whatever they’re gonna call it.

        • Crackers luv M3TH

          Midcycle upgrade cellular manufacturers have been doing it for years. Also the non carrier version will have a new processor and has Samsung ever made it phones more expensive then Apple . I believe not. This phone isn’t for you stick to one plus and similar priced phones then.

    • Dominimmiv

      So what if it looks like the S8. It will have band 71 and a better camera. Better internals. Band 71 by itself is a good enough reason to move from the S7E to the S9.

  • mreveryphone

    I’ll be ready to give this iPhone X a rest and get back to the Samsung flagship… Note 8 was and still is the best phone on the market. The X is definitely a nice phone but just can’t so what the note and S series do.

  • bkat11

    It already upgraded the camera, first phone to aggregate Band 71 and after using the Pixel 2 for about a few months with all the bugs it has shown me how much I miss my Samsung. I will def be coming home

  • Jay Holm

    The S8 cost !!ENOUGH!!… I will pass on the S9, will probably get the S10…if the features and innovation make the $800-$1,000 price tolerable. These smartphone prices are getting out of hand!!!

  • Ryanide

    Keep the touch capacitive buttons, please don’t go back to hard clicky buttons.
    And keep the price point around $650. – $675.

  • Kevin Wu

    Samsung, how about making it with non-edge display option?