Samsung’s Unpacked 2018 event has concluded, and so has MWC 2018 in the lovely city of Barcelona. The South Korean giant introduced the world to Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, the ninth installments in the Galaxy S flagship series of smartphones this week. After reading all our content, what are your thoughts?
Samsung has been on a hot streak ever since the Galaxy Note 7 debacle, with mobile being a major input on the company’s result sheet. Samsung is looking to continue the momentum as one of the first to launch a flagship smartphone in 2018. In order to do so, the company will have its work cut out attracting phone owners of other brands and bringing back the Galaxy loyals for more. Consumers are already able to pre-order Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+ on a range of carriers, and a bunch of perks and accessories will sweeten the deal depending where you buy.
The media room was quite the scene and Samsung’s fancy set up didn’t overestimate what was to come. Though we had a good idea in mind regarding what to expect at the event, Samsung surprised us with new features and accessories that people seem excited about. Once we have review units in hand, we’ll be able to bring full hands-on insight, and there’s a helluva lot to look forward to. Once we spend quality time with each unit, we’ll rank it on our list of Best Android Smartphones. To learn why we’re confident, catch up on some of our coverage of Samsung’s Unpacked 2018 event from the embedded slider below.
This brings us to our question of the week. How did Samsung do this time around? From what you’ve heard, is the phone living up to your expectations? Is it a worthy upgrade over Galaxy S8? Are you considering a purchase? Let us know in the comment section below this post and submit your response in our weekly poll. Your feedback is valued and we look forward to hearing your response.
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