Earlier, Samsung launched its Galaxy S series at MWC except S8. The Galaxy S8 was delayed from its original launch plan and didn't arrive until around April/May. The first biggest tech event of the year will be the CES 2018.
While it will be quite some time before the official reveal of the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, there is already a good amount of information out there about the upcoming phones. Samsung will use Qualcomm Snapdragon845 in North America and Exynos 9810 chipset for other countries. The renders, which have not been independently confirmed and consequently might or might not be the real thing, show a device that comes with numerous same design features as the Galaxy S8 line, but with some important distinctions. Reducing the size of the top and bottom bezels isn't in the cards for 2018. While it's understandable that the less premium-model have few features, the fact that the camera in the base S9 model will likely be noticeably worse than that of its big brother is obviously a bit of a disappointment.The fingerprint scanner will also be located underneath the camera rather than offset, which is a welcome change from an S8 misstep that many customers weren't happy with. Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will have 64 GB of storage, microSD card slot and 3.5 mm headphone jack. When it comes to software, they'll reportedly ship with "Split View" and "Pop-Up View" - Samsung's split-screen and picture-in-picture modes, respectively - and Bixby Home and Bixby Remind services. The V30 Plus gets a 6.0-inch QuadHD OLED display as compared to Samsung's 6.3-inch Super AMOLED QuadHD panel on the Note 8. As usual, expect some to be region specific, but the initial quartet will allegedly be black, blue, gold, and a new purple/violet hue.
According to repeated leaks, the Samsung Galaxy S9 series will feature different cameras between the two models.
At this point we don't know anything about the specifics of the camera hardware in terms of megapixel ratings, aperture sizes, or anything else.
Apparently, the Galaxy S9 will have a single camera on the back, similar to the S8.