Samsung will unveil their latest flagship phone at the Mobile World Congress tomorrow morning, but if you simply cannot wait to see what exactly the Galaxy S9 and S9+ will do differently - you're in luck. Samsung have accidentally uploaded a launch video that reveals some of the S9's features a little early.
It feels like it was only a few months ago that Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note8 smartphone. That's because it was only a few months ago. Nevertheless, a new flagship from Samsung is always cause for excitement, and the S9 and S9+ are looking pretty damn fine indeed. Here are the specifications for both phones, along with Australian pricing and specifications.
Courtesy of Slashleaks, the launch video is currently available to view on YouTube hours before the official unveiling.
Samsung are going with the 'reimagined' tagline that we've been seeing in many pre-release promotional videos.
It appears that the leaked launch video is more targeted toward business clients than the general public as it speaks of 'two billion people doing business every second of the day and night'. The DeX Pad, which allows you to user your phone like a computer, and the camera's AR features are what get the most runtime as well as a live-translation feature, Samsung Knox 3.1 and biometric authentication.
There's no discussion of the features consumers are usually looking for - but that's likely a function of this video being designed for business clients.
You can watch the launch video below:
Lifehacker will have the full run-down of Samsung's new phone tomorrow and we expect there to be much more to learn yet. You can watch the Samsung Unpacked livestream from 4am AEDT.
Samsung are set to unveil their new flagship Galaxy S9 and S9+ at the Mobile World Congress early Monday morning. If you're keen to be right up-to-date with the latest and greatest from the Korean electronics giant, then you can watch the livestream here!