Samsung took the wraps off the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ at Mobile World Congress on Sunday February 25th.
The all-new handsets boast a dramatically improved Dual Pixel camera with a variable aperture for improved quality in low-light.
The Galaxy S9 range also boasts a super slow-motion mode, which can shoot up to 960 frames-per-second for short bursts.
Galaxy S9+ owners will also benefit from a dual-camera system on the back of the phone for Live Focus, a feature which enables users to add an artificial bokeh blur to the background of portrait shots.
Underneath the bonnet is the top-of-the-range Qualcomm SnapDragon 845, which offers faster speeds and greater power efficiency.
This is coupled with 4GB of RAM in the Galaxy S9, and 6GB of RAM in the larger Galaxy S9+.
Both smartphones support fast charging over wired and wireless connections.
Samsung Galaxy S9 costs £739, while the S9+ carries a price tag of £869 if you’re looking to buy the handset SIM-free.
However, despite not being available to buy in-store for another 10 days – there are already a swathe of good deals for the latest flagship Galaxy smartphone.
Virgin Mobile has a new promotion that allows customers to discount the new handsets by up to £400 by trading in an old smartphone.
Thanks to the limited time offer, customers can trade-in any working phone and receive £100.
That should be more than enough for your social media, music streaming and video calls.
Unfortunately, the contract does come with a hefty £190 upfront cost.
That brings the total outlay for the Galaxy S9 at the end of the 24-month contract to £958.