Monday, 11 December, 2017

Galaxy S9 and S9

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+, iterative upgrades, will make a cameo at CES Samsung Galaxy A5 And Its Infinity Display Leaked
Cecilia Poole | 23 November, 2017, 00:20

The area that will house the rear camera on the S9 (and dual cameras on the S9+) and the fingerprint sensor will be arranged vertically this time around, with the scanner on the bottom, so it definitely looks like Samsung's been listening to user feedback regarding the odd placement of the biometric sensor in this year's models.

A well-known source for Samsung leaks has released some information on Weibo that we could be getting a little S9.

This mainly means the same 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch curved-edge Super AMOLED "Infinity" displays, but Samsung has also taken the opportunity to correct the main issue with the S8 range- the back-mounted fingerprint reader.

According to the previous rumors, the Samsung Galaxy S9 will come with a substrate-like PCB (SLP) motherboard, which will give space to a more significant battery pack. So we can expect a later release date or perhaps it will debut at the MWC 2018.

The Galaxy S9+ will boast 6GB of RAM compared to the 4GB expected on the Galaxy S9. 64GB of internal storage and a microSD card slot will be present as well.

If the images are correct, the Galaxy S9 will be the first S series phone to feature a dual lens camera, with a vertical set up to match that found on Apple's iPhone X.

The devices will now also feature stereo AKG speakers, and most importantly will preserve the 3.5mm headphone jack.

Samsung is rumored to introduce its Galaxy S9 flagship smartphone early next year, and VentureBeat claims the device might go public as soon as January. This will be backwards compatible with the company's 2017 flagships, and will allow the phones to lay flat and turn their screens into a touchpad or a virtual keyboard when attached to an external display.

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