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Galaxy S9 fans may not have much longer to wait for the first official information on the Samsung Galaxy S8 successor.

The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will be Samsung’s next big flagship phone, and Android users may be getting an announcement sooner than they expected.

The South Korean tech giant last year unveiled the Galaxy S8 and S8+ in March, but insiders are expecting a much earlier reveal for the S9 in 2018.

The Galaxy S9 was initially rumoured to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February. 

But respected tech tipster Evan Blass later claimed that Samsung would lift the lid on the Galaxy S9 at CES 2018, which takes places this month.

Blass claimed the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will makes its first public appearance at CES 2018 in Las Vegas before an official launch event in March.

And now Samsung have teased one announcement which takes place a few days before CES 2018 kicks off.

On Thursday, the Android smartphone maker are set to reveal their next generation Exynos processor.

The South Korean tech giant teased the announcement on

by tweeting: “Discover #TheNextExynos that goes beyond a component. Stay tuned.”

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Alongside the tweet, posted on the Samsung Exynos Twitter account, was a picture with the slogan ‘Beyond a Component’.

The teaser image also had the

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