The recent ended Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018 in Las Vegas Convention Center in Nevada, U.S saw some of the biggest names in the mobile phone manufacturing industry launch their first flagships for 2018 – likes of Sony, Blackberry, Huawei, Alcatel, and Samsung as well. As many thought that the South Korean would launch their next S-series smartphone at the event, DongJin Koh; President of the Mobile Communication Business at Samsung Electronics on behalf of the company dismissed the rumors, and during the CES announced that they will launch the flagship at the upcoming MWC 2018 in Barcelona.

As the anticipated flagship are in line for the launch, according to online reports, the US variants of both the upcoming phones have appeared on US communications regulatory body FCC’s website revealing the model numbers. The listings show that the upcoming handsets will support most cellular bands in the US.

As we mentioned, the US FCC website has listed two new smartphones that appear to be the Samsung Galaxy S9 (model number: SM-G960U) and Galaxy S9+ (model number: SM-965U) are mentioned online with authorization letters, LTE tests, and other mandatory reports from FCC.

The listing does not reveal anything in terms of hardware specifications, but displays a demo unit with FCC labelling on the rear bottom of the smartphone.