There is a new leak about Samsung Galaxy S9 which claims that phone is set for a February launch.
However, the leak suggests that Samsung will release its flagship Galaxy S9 more prior than expected.
Samsung Galaxy S9 expected to be released in February
The pictures, which allegedly show the S9 and larger S9+ in a range of smartphone cases, were supplied to retailer Mobile Fun by case maker Olixar.
The cases are already available for pre-order, despite the fact the phones haven’t even been announced yet.
Those cases are available even the phone is not announced yet. The images suggest that S9 will feature a single rear camera and S9+ will have a pair of them.
The rumors also state that both handsets will feature headphone jack too. This leak even backs up a report claiming Samsung has learned from the mistake it made with S8 and Note 8 and decided to shift fingerprint scanner at a more central spot which makes it easier to use.
According to Mobile Fun, Olixar says the S9 and S9+ will be released on 28 February following launch event earlier in the month.
There are few rumors about S9’s release in March. The S9 and S9+ are expected to remarkably similar to their predecessors which could make tough for company’s consumers to upgrade to new models.
However, the tweak Samsung appears to have made to the fingerprint scanner should single-handedly ensure the new phones are much better to use.