Samsung Galaxy S9 Mini Rumored To Launch Next Year

Posted: Nov 15 2017, 6:19am CST | by , in Rumors | Technology News

Samsung Galaxy S9 Mini Rumored to Launch Next Year
  • Samsung Galaxy S9 Mini to Launch Next Year with 4-inch Display

Samsung Galaxy S9 Mini is set up for launch next year in March with Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus

Samsung Galaxy S9 is set for launch next year. The Korean based company has seen success with Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus.

With new resolution, end to end screen and one of the best processors in the market, it is among the most powerful smartphones in the market. While the market is already looking ahead with the next Samsung hit in Samsung Galaxy S9 and series.

There is a new addition in the mix. The next-gen Galaxy S-branded handset, the Samsung Galaxy S9 is set for launch early next year. Along with that, the Samsung Galaxy S9 Mini may also get its launch and will support a 4 inches display.

According to BusinessKorea, a US-based investment information provider, the Samsung Galaxy S9 Mini will be in the market next year. Other sources have also said that the company may change the phone’s name before the launch.

Furthermore, reports include that the Samsung Galaxy S9 Mini will have ‘curved around the edges’. Information about specs is not confirmed. Galaxy S9 Mini is expected to include flagship specifications like the Samsung Galaxy S9 series.

Other mini version of popular smartphones is the iPhone SE which was a 4-inch smartphone that Apple introduced back in March 2016. Galaxy S9 Mini is reportedly smaller than the iPhone SE. It is surprising to see that despite the smaller size, there is a demand for the phone in the market.

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