South Korean tech company, Samsung, has ahead of the official launch of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ revealed that the Galaxy S9 duo will be launched come March 16, a Sunday.
The smartphones will however hit the stores for official sales less than a month after its official release into the market.
According to The Investor, a Korean publication, a source within the company claims that the pre-orders for the Samsung phone will be made available on Korea’s major carriers as soon as February 28, a Wednesday, following the the Samsung Unpacked event.
Coming after the Wednesday release for pre-orders, the global sales for the smartphone is expected to commence on March 16, with hopes that fans who had earlier pre-ordered the smartphones will get their units at least a week before the global sales kick in.
As regards pricing, new information reveals that the tech company may be looking at bumping up the price for the device to as much as €910 or £740 for the standard Galaxy S9.
However, a website database in Korea revealed in one of its listing that the Galaxy S9 duo may be coming into the market with a 256GB storage variant.