We are shifting in 2018, and one of, if not the most anticipated phone coming our way soon would be the Samsung Galaxy S9. Images of the rendered handset has already been leaked, which has led to speculations on the specifications.
Externally, it looks identical to the Samsung Galaxy S8, except for the position of the fingerprint sensor. It has now been moved to a central position under the lens. Definitely an improvement over the S8. The new S9 will come with the Snapdragon 845, likely to include more RAM, and rumoured to contain a larger battery. The increase in battery capacity is a big plus, but overall if you are already holding to a Samsung Galaxy S8, there seems to be little features that would win you over.
Last year, the The Galaxy S8 and S8+ were officially unveiled on 29 March 2017, with pre-orders beginning 30 March and official Singapore release on 21 April 2017. I would expect similar a release cycle for the Samsung Galaxy S9.