As is practically tradition at this point, numerous official renderings of the S9 have leaked out (mostly from VentureBeat’s Evan Blass).
There are really no details that we do not already know about the upcoming flagship devices yet – all of the renders we can imagine and specifications have leaked out – leaving a very little detail to our imagination.
Marketing material highlighting the variable aperture. The rear panel will not be exactly identical either.
The larger Galaxy S9+ is also rumoured to feature a dual-lens system which will allow it to take pictures with DSLR-style depth of field.
The fingerprint scanner is dreadfully misplaced-be prepared to smudge your camera trying to activate it.
The big changes with the S9 and S9+ are the cameras.
So I guess, the Samsung Galaxy S10 would be the most anticipated phone. Additionally, the selfie camera will have an 8-megapixel sensor with f/1.7 aperture.
There are also rumours of a Samsung version of Apple’s Animoji feature, and confirmation of stereo speakers. There is an 8-megapixel camera in its front for selfies. Since the Galaxy S9 will be announced by February 25, you’ll have a few days to decided whether to get the new flagship or stick with any of the four in the current line-up. Its screen is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 5. In fact, the new camera is shaping up to be the best camera ever seen on any smartphone, Pixel 2 and iPhone X included. The front will be nearly identical but with a slightly smaller front bezel at the bottom. The processor will be the Exynos 9810 in most markets, while the United States shall instead have the Snapdragon 845. The Galaxy S9 Plus, however, will feature 6GB of RAM and the same 64GB onboard storage.
Both handsets will start at 64 GB of native storage space, expandable via microSD but multiple configurations will likely be in store. And like a year ago, the S9 is expected to ship with a 3,000mAh, non-removable battery, while the S9 Plus will have a larger 3,500mAh one. Just like the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ will support fast and wireless charging.
Considering how the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S9 will not feature an under the display fingerprint sensor, recent reports brought a surprise in that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 might feature the technology that the tech giant failed to develop in time for the S9’s release.