Samsung is indeed working on the latest iteration of its flagship devices, named as Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. Now, new renders have emerged online that gives us a glimpse of the upcoming flagship devices.
The leak was spotted on Weibo (via KeyforWeb) and it shows front panel of both the smartphones and back panel of the Galaxy S9. The render shows that the smartphones will sport a similar design language as we have seen in the Galaxy S8 duo. However, the upcoming devices will have a higher screen-to-body ratio along with almost narrow bezels on the upper and lower part.
The front panel also reveals that both the smartphones will bear dual cameras on the front. On the left, there is power on/off button along with volume controls, while on the right, there would a Bixby button. The back panel of the Galaxy S9 shows a single-camera setup, though the placement of the fingerprint sensor is now below the camera module, which is a welcome move, as it would make easier to reach for the sensor. The Galaxy S9+ is reported to bear a dual-camera setup at the rear panel, which will be aligned vertically.
Previously, a report mentions that smaller Galaxy S9 will come with an integrated iris scanner in the front camera, while for the Galaxy S9+, there would be a separate iris scanner and front-facing camera. Recollecting some key specifications,the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are reported to arrive with Snapdragon 845or Samsung’s recently unveiled Exynos 9810 chipset both of which are built on 10nm process. Also, both the S9 and S9+ will come with Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box.
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The Galaxy S9+ will reportedly come loaded with 6GB of RAM as compared to 4GB RAM in Galaxy S9. It bigger sibling will also feature a dual-camera setup at the back, similar to the Galaxy Note 8. Both the smartphones will pack a 64GB of internal storage, which could be further expanded via micro SD card slot and both of them will feature a 3.5mm headphone jack.