Even carriers from around the world can’t wait for Samsung’s 2018 flagship to be announced. The Romanian division for Orange, which is one of the largest carriers in the world, accidentally posted its product listing for the Galaxy S9 more than two weeks before anything is official. Although it was pulled within minutes, curious eyes were able to catch a glimpse of what got confirmed.
Orange’s now-pulled product listing for the Galaxy S9 was also cached for referencing. So the information revealed remains available in some capacity. All of the information has already been leaked or is obvious, but this gives us further confirmation.
Specs shown on the carrier’s site include a 5.8-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display, also of the Infinity variety, and a rear camera with variable aperture. Other common things like 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS were also mentioned. Orange mistakenly lists last year’s Exynos 8895 as the processor inside, but we know it’ll be the Exynos 9810 or Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 depending on the market.
Not much else slipped out from Orange; however, it’s still a mishap that Samsung can’t be happy to see. Usually, it’s industry insiders and anonymous sources sharing information regarding high-end phones, not carriers.
Following its announcement later this month, expect the Galaxy S9 to be released globally in mid-March.