The smartphone will show, most likely in August of this year, but we can already guess what awaits us all the same Samsung S9 in a more rigorous design and with nearly identical innards, except that the display will do a little more.
Initially, it was speculated that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 might be the first smartphone from the manufacturer to feature the in-display fingerprint sensor. That gives Samsung a lot more time to figure this technology out, so long as it's okay with Vivo maintaining the lead here.
Phone specialist, Envirofone, says it has analysed sales and industry data and found that the value of the Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to drop by 8% in the run-up to the launch of the S9, followed by a further 11% after it's unveiled, which could cost sellers over £50. It should therefore feature a similar 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display and a dual-lens rear camera.
Last year's Galaxy S8's preorder was the best preorder deal that Samsung has ever made, and not to forget to mention the Note 8's insane RM600 rebate.
The figures reveal that the best time to sell is a few weeks before the Galaxy S9 hit stores, meaning that if you're looking to get the best deal on your S8, the time to sell is now.
Lots of smartphone owners have opted to stick with their existing smartphone rather than buy the new breed of insanely expensive flagships such as the iPhone X.
Take devices such as the Razer Phone, OnePlus 5T and HTC U11 Plus, these are still extremely capable devices despite having last year's Snapdragon 835 SoC, they are technically cheaper to own than the Galaxy S9 and could probably offer performance that is on par. Now, the giant aims at their new Note device. Samsung is perhaps the biggest brand in Barcelona but we also won't forget those other OEMs that have come up with premium phones that are potentially powerful and really smart with the AI features.