Editors' note: This post was originally published on Dec. 20, and will continue to be updated with Samsung Galaxy S9 news and rumors. Samsung may be feeling antsy. Since the iPhone X debuted in September, Apple has monopolized most of the smartphone attention. The notch. Face ID. Animoji. Samsung Galaxy S8 Active Will Samsung unveil a dramatic redesign or toe the line with the Galaxy S9? Sarah Tew/CNET But Samsung, which sells more phones globally than Apple or any other vendor, is rumored to have no shortage of new, cool features on deck for its next flagship -- which we'll call the Galaxy S9 for now -- due sometime around... well, that's actually up for debate. The rumors about the phone's features range from bleeding-edge (e.g., it will be foldable) to vintage (e.g., it will have a headphone jack). Everything we recently learned about Qualcomm's next-generation Snapdragon 845 processor, which is likely to power the Galaxy S9, points to significant advancements in camera and security technology. Read: What Qualcomm's new Snapdragon may mean for Galaxy S9 As Apple's iPhone X and iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus dominated the spotlight through the holiday season, Samsung remained, undoubtedly, waiting in the wings, eager to launch its response in 2018. (And move even further on from the debacle of its Note 7, which was recalled twice in 2016 due to exploding batteries.) With an announcement likely to come sometime in the next few months, more details are sure to leak. What follows is a collection of what we know for sure and what we're hearing in the wind about the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S9.