Development cycles in the smartphone sector have become truly anxious due to the annual renewal strategy followed by major manufacturers, a reality that forces giants like Samsung to work tirelessly on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ even though just launched the Galaxy S8 and S8+.
It is completely understandable, since time is pressing and to avoid possible delays derived from technical tests or complications, the manufacturers have practically to link the launch of a terminal with the development of the next generation.
All this has an important consequence and is that sometimes these new generations come with minor changes and innovations, which we saw for example in the case of Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S7, while in others we find modifications of greater draft than really Yes they make a clear difference, as has happened with the Galaxy S8.
As we indicated at the beginning of the article Samsung remains faithful to this development model and is already working on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 +, two terminals that are known with the names in Star key and Star 2.
There are no exact details about their possible specifications but early rumors talk about an early release (March 2018) and a clear continuity at design level, which means that they could be almost identical to the Galaxy S8 and S8 + and that the differences would be in the hardware.
It makes sense since the South Korean company is betting on a strategy of general design renewal every two years, and since the last one occurred with the Galaxy S8 the next would not touch until the Galaxy S10.