Passing FCC certification norms, literally means, the upcoming stellar Samsung S-series devices – Galaxy S9 and S9+ are eligible to hit the Global markets. To be precise, the commission has certified the international unlocked models bearing model number SM-G960F(S9) and SM-G965F(S9+). As the important certificate has now achieved, it’s only a matter of time for the devices to be official now.
In most of the cases, a device leaves its traces along with some major specifications on FCC database. However, in the case of Galaxy S9 and S9+ FCC visit, the case wasn’t the same though. Hence, we could barely source the characteristics, or even the design blueprint of the flagships.
The Galaxy S9 and S9+, in deed, will be exhibiting a major upgradation over their predecessor, the Galaxy S8 and S8+. They are also speculated to feature a 3D facial recognition system. Interestingly, as per certain sources it’s rumored that the S9 and S9+ would’ve considerable difference with each other in terms of camera and obviously the display. Well, such info being unofficial it’d be wise to take them with a pinch of salt.
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The Galaxy S9 and S9+ are expected to be announced on the venue of MWC set to happen on 26th February 2018. Again, that’s also just our expecation. But, before that Samsung has teased its launch of Next flagship Exynos processor. As per Samsung’s official tweet, the SoC which’d possibly powers the Global variant of S9/S9+ will be officially unveiled on 4th January 2018.