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Samsung Galaxy S9 ready to hit stores; leaks to take sheen off Sunday’s launch

Putting rumors to rest, Samsung will be launching one of the most discussed among its smartphone models on Sunday. The Galaxy S9 has been in news ever since the model was announced by the South Korean tech company. Most of the exclusive features and prices of the S9 series have been on the public domain for quite some time, following a series of leaks. It goes without saying that the excitement is much less this time compared to the previous launches as Galaxy fans already know what to expect when the S9 is unboxed.

It is widely anticipated that at the launch event, Unpacked 2018, Samsung would also unveil Galaxy Tab S4 and the revamped Dex dock. Obviously, the media will be eagerly waiting for the event as usual, especially the online portals vying to bring every gadget detail to their audience.

A lot of worthwhile information about the S9 is already out, with the highlights being the full screen display carried forward from the earlier version, Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU and cameras with dual 2x12MP sensors in the rear and an 8MP sensor in the front. Except for the screen size and an additional camera lens, the premium version of S9 is speculated to have almost the same features as the base model.

Meanwhile, there are rumors of Samsung unveiling its social media service ‘Uhssup’ at the event, designed on the lines of Facebook and WhatsApp. The leaks suggest that the company also has its wireless charger ready for launch.

Given the ever-growing smartphone penetration across the world, Sunday’s launch event will still be followed by millions, primarily those who are not seasoned gadget geeks. The fact that the tech giant is coming out with a new model after a long time is definitely going to evoke widespread interest, and those who are planning to replace their existing phones with new models would not want to miss the launch.

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