We know for sure that the Samsung Galaxy S9, and the Galaxy S9+ are coming on February 25. NPU now says that a Nokia 10 might not be in the cards and that the previously rumored handset might, in fact, be this Nokia 8 Pro.
The Galaxy S9 will be very similar to its predecessor on the outside (see the images above, courtesy of this Instagram leak), with similar sizes, aspect ratio, and svelte profile expected on both the S9 and S9+. That means an all-screen front with an even slimmer bezel - Samsung calls it the "Infinity Display".
He said: "It's nearly certain that the Galaxy S9 will feature a dual-lens camera, as well as the latest in-house Exynos processor to mirror the new Qualcomm 845's capabilities, which allows 50% battery charging in just 15 minutes".
Another gray area where we don't have all the information yet is around the sensors on the top of the phone.More news: Rev Ranks: 'Black Panther' more than just superhero movie
Samsung gets first dibs to Qualcomm's latest silicon, meaning the Galaxy S9 will be the first to pack the new Snapdragon 845 SoC (or Samsung's own Exynos 9810 in certain markets). Here are the phone launches that will be making headlines at MWC 2018.
Other Samsung Galaxy S9 deals are likely to be had with trade-ins. Two highly anticipated models for their characteristics and design, sections that practically we know with precision thanks to the filtrations.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 price is going to push closer to $800, according to industry sources we talked to TechRadar in the last week. As for the phones, their specifications and photos have been already leaked. MWC will see companies from a new ecosystem to service this emerging business area showcasing their latest IoT and related technology - think cybersecurity firms pitching how to best safeguard your machines once they're online. We don't have United Kingdom pricing yet, but hopefully some light will be shed on that later this week, when Samsung's official Unpacked event takes place.More news: South Korean Law Makers Demand Execution Of North's Olympic Delegate
These prices are just for the base model. It would bring down the effective price of the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus to between $500 and $600.
Several big-name telecom providers are launching own-brand home digital assistants which are two-way speakers such as those used by Amazon's Alexa or Google's Home.
Details of the new phones are kept tightly under wraps, but, as always with these things, there are plenty of leaks and rumours already circulating about who'll be unveiling what in Barcelona. A previous leak suggested that the Galaxy S9 will be priced at €841, while the Galaxy S9 Plus will cost €997. February 26 is when the Redditor's bank will begin accepting pre-orders, but it isn't clear when the wireless carriers and Samsung would open pre-orders.More news: Ireland maintain flawless start in wild 37-27 win over Wales