Samsung will reveal this year’s Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ flagship smartphones at Unpacked 2018 in Barcelona, Spain one day prior to the start of MWC 2018. The event will be accompanied by a livestream that we’ll link right here when it begins at 12:00PM Eastern Standard Time.
After all the hype from leaks and teasers, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are here. We’ll have you covered wall-to-wall on Samsung’s Unpacked 2018 event in Barcelona, with addition to MWC 2018 all of next week.
This week is MWC 2018, an annual conference that will once again be held in beautiful Barcelona, Spain. We’ll have you covered wall-to-wall with all the coverage and hot stories you need in extensive fashion. Each year, companies gather from around the world to show their latest products and innovations, and this year should be no exception. In fact, companies we report on frequently here on Droid Turf have already confirmed and begun teasing their press conference announcement. Some that will be on the [Read More]
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This year’s Samsung Unpacked event is scheduled to happen on Sunday, February 25. This is one day ahead of MWC 2018, which is a week-long event in Barcelona, Spain. The South Korean company confirmed that it will unveil Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ beginning at 12:00pm EST. Samsung must appeal to MWC’s larger crowd, so we’re expecting something a little extra special at this year’s event.
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