Samsung Electronics has already sets their launch date for its upcoming Galaxy S devices at CES 2016, which will take place in Las Vegas between January 6th and 9th. With the South Korean firm sending out press invites for their keynote, has got no idea on what will the OEM will showcase at the event. At the Consumer Electronics Show, ever never has too many new announcements, which typically reserved for the MWC, but we’re sure to see a new batch of Android pop up from their respective OEMs.
Manufacturers like LG and Samsung use CES to announce, not only new mobile devices, but also include consumer electronic hardware during their keynotes. In fact, Samsung kicking off Tuesday, January 5th, could unwrapp the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Plus. Or else could save their big 2016 flagship for a Mobile World Congress unveil, but they finally worked out the logistics behind getting it to market sooner than a month after introduction.
If not Samsung Galaxy S7 launch, what will be showcasing its Galaxy A9 – a premium yet still sort of a mid-range offering that was although rumored for an early December debut. Specs include a 5.5-inch 1080p AMOLED display, Snapdragon 620 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB storage with micro SD card slot, and the A line’s usual metal unibody exterior.
The event will take place between 14:00 and 14:45 which means they would have 45 minutes of stage time. Anyone can show up its face and we witness it at the Samsung CES 2016 press conference on January 5th.