Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 +, rumored to be shown at CES in January 2018. It is not yet clear how much information Samsung already discloses, as there is a launch event scheduled for March.
Venturebeat reports that Samsung is taking the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 + to CES 2018, next January. But it is not yet known how much information the company will disclose, since, as it now looks, there is also a launch event planned for March. In terms of design, the S9 and S9 + should resemble the S8 and S8 +, so we do not have to expect any major adjustments (such as the difference between the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S8).
The aircraft carry the project names Star 1 and Star 2 and have been given the model numbers SM-G960 and SM-G965. They will get the same kind of screens as their predecessor (S9 will get a 5.8-inch front-facing screen, S9 + 6.2-inch one). Nothing is known about a processor, but it is expected that this will be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (or a comparable version of the Samsung Exynos processor). Samsung will also make more difference between the two S9 versions.
The large version, in addition to the larger screen, would also be provided with more memory (6 GB versus 4 GB). In addition, only the large model seems to get a double camera on the back. Both models will have 64 GB of internal storage and will be equipped with a headphone connection. Venturebeat also reports that the fingerprint scanner is placed under the camera. In addition, it is said that the speakers are coming from the AKG devices.