Samsung has already said back in Q4 this year that they will unveil the Galaxy S9 at the MWC event, not CES.
First spotted by GizmoChina, the listing reveals that the Samsung Galaxy S9 features a 5.8-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display. While he did not appear to have specifically mentioned MWC, the Samsung executive suggested the unveiling would occur at a trade show happening next month, which others said was an obvious reference to MWC 2018. The Galaxy S9 may be yet another killer handset by Samsung and an exciting glimpse at what the poweruser's darling - the Galaxy Note 9 - might end up packing! The only thing that Samsung confirmed about the phone is it's going to be foldable. According to the leaks so far, these Samsung foldable smartphones can not feature a glass panel, when it comes to design. The display size will also vary a little for both.
Elsewhere there will be a 12-megapixel Super Speed Dual Pixel rear camera and the box adds it will feature super slow-motion video capture. It is also said that the outfolding phone is more of an advanced technology and might not debut so soon.
Which ever processor brings the S9 its power, this device looks set to be the fastest and most efficient Galaxy to date. The leaked retail box reads 4GB RAM with 64GB internal storage. Since the design will likely stay more or less the same as the Galaxy S8, chances are Samsung may use a setup similar to how a certain HTC U11 offers, meaning, the earpiece would double as a secondary speaker. These speakers will be tuned by AKG like the bundled earphones.