South Korean giant Samsung has officially announced it launch the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ on 25 February.
Despite rumours circulating that the devices will be launched on 25 February, Samsung formally sent out invitations for the unveiling, dubbed ‘Unpacked'.
The launch, which is one day before Mobile World Congress, will make its first official appearance and judging by the invite and Samsung's teaser video, the big focus will be the smartphone's camera.
Samsung revealed it will "showcase the next generation of Galaxy devices that reimagines the camera and redefines the way you share your moments".
Samsung will launch two devices, the Galaxy S9 and its larger accompanying model the Galaxy S9+, and whilst rumours suggest the camera will be enhanced as well as the biometrics functionality, this time next month, all will be revealed.