Samsung Galaxy S9 Promo Video Leaks Ahead Of MWC Unpacked Event

Posted: Feb 25 2018, 1:38am CST | by , in News | Technology News

Samsung Galaxy S9 Promo Video Leaks Ahead of MWC Unpacked Event

The Samsung Galaxy S9 can't leak anymore.

Samsung will reveal the Galaxy S9 and S9+ on Sunday at the MWC 2018 in Barcelona, Spain. The new Samsung flagship smartphone has leaked already in photos and we know all the specs. To top the leaks off, a 3 minute PR video for the Samsung Galaxy S9 got uploaded to Youtube by Samsung by mistake.

Once out, a video is hard to remove. A copy of the leaked video has been uploaded by SlashLeaks to Youtube - you can watch it below. The video is focused on the enterprise customers for the Galaxy S9.

The video is not getting into the new camera features, which are supposed to be the big new thing for the S9. Samsung's marketing team is definitely overselling the Galaxy S9 with the tagline: "The Phone reimagined."

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is a minor upgrade to the S8, with no new smartphone features that leap the iPhone or the S8 for that matter. You can watch the Samsung Galaxy S9 Unpacked event live at noon ET on the Samsung website. The only interesting part of the presentation will be the camera of the Samsung Galaxy S9.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 design changes include the relocation of the fingerprint scanner to under the camera. The Galaxy S9 specs include 12MP camera, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (Exynos 9810) chipset, 4GB RAM, 3,000mAh battery and animated emoji. Also improved is the new DeX dock, that enables Galaxy owners to use their phone as a desktop computer. The S9 is said to be more expensive than the S8.

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