Leaked images show Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+ design

Posted January 27, 2018

The series is all set to be announced at next month.

The Samsung Galaxy S9+ comes with dual camera-setup, one with a fixed aperture, which will be used as Zoon lense like the one used on the Note 8.

A few images by Slashleaks contributor Zyad Atef on Twitter show what are supposedly schematic diagrams of the upcoming Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. Moreover, you should now expect much more from the Galaxy S9 Plus Samsung itself is hinting and looking forward to stepping up its camera game, thrashing its major rivals, that's the Pixel and the iPhone. Additionally, there is apparently a fingerprint sensor under the lens. Syncing with the Mobile World Congress 2018 event in Spain, Samsung has made a decision to let their competitors know they are ready with the phone that should be worthy of 2018 and also sport a whole lot of features including a reportedly fingerprint scanner which will be integrated on the display itself.

In his article for VentureBeat, Blass mostly reiterates the information that we have heard through multiple leaks in the past. Perhaps the biggest highlight of the Galaxy S9 lineup would be "reimagined" camera, which was teased by the company in its Unpacked event invite. One change that's likely making the cut in the new Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ is a repositioned fingerprint scanner.

Samsung has already confirmed to launch the Galaxy S9 duo at the MWC 2018 event on February 25. The devices are expected to go on sale on March 19.

The S9 and the S9+ retain the S8 and S8's familiar aesthetics, with an Infinity Display that curves to the edges on either side.