Samsung appears to have posted a Galaxy S9 launch video online accidentally earlier today. It’s not like the video made any new revelations given that we have already seen countless pictures of the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+. With less than a day to go for the official launch, it’s also not surprising to see that someone over at Samsung jumped the gun on this.
The company has since pulled the video but since this is the internet and nothing ever goes away, the Galaxy S9 launch video has now been reuploaded multiple times on YouTube so don’t worry, you can check it out below.
Galaxy S9 launch video
Samsung is due to unveil the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ at its launch event in Barcelona tomorrow. We already know what to expect from the Galaxy S9 and have covered multiple leaked images of the device which showcase that it’s not going to be a major upgrade at least in the design department.
The three-minute Galaxy S9 launch video posted by Samsung shows off the new flagship in all its glory. The new DeX Pad also features in this video which means that we’ll surely get to see it tomorrow at the launch as well and it confirms that you’ll no longer need a keyboard and a mouse to get some use out of this accessory.
The rumored Live Translation feature for Bixby Vision gets screen time as well in this video and so does its enhanced augmented reality functionality. Reports about the new Intelligent Scan feature have been confirmed by this video too.
Samsung hypes up the new flagship as a “reimagined” mobile device in this Galaxy S9 launch video, primarily showcasing the software features which will undoubtedly be the biggest draw for customers considering to pay just under 1000 euro for the new device.
We’ll be on the ground in Barcelona to bring you all of the latest updates for the Galaxy S9 launch event tomorrow. Don’t forget to check out our post about how you can watch Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2018 online for free.