Samsung could unveil the Galaxy S9 phone in a little more than two months.
The phone giant is rumored to announce the company's follow-up to the Galaxy S8 in late February at the annual Mobile World Congress show (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain, according to Korean news outlet The Bell.
The report posits two possible Galaxy S9 launch dates: Feb. 25, the day before the show officially kicks off (MWC runs from Feb. 26 to March 1), or Feb. 27.
Based on past patterns, the 25th makes the most sense.
Referred to by insiders as Press Day, the Sunday before the show opens is a common time for phonemakers to announce new devices.
Samsung has an on-and-off history with launching phones at MWC -- mostly on.