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This is how Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9+ might look like

Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9+, the upcoming flagship smartphone with top of the line specifications.

Speculations and rumours about the forthcoming flagship smartphone from the Samsung have already started to surface online. In terms design aesthetics, the device is likely to offer similar features compared to that of the Samsung Galaxy S8 or Samsung Galaxy Note 8. However, there will be few signature changes, that might make this device differ from the present Samsung Flagship smartphones.

There will not be any drastic changes. These devices will continue to offer similar all-glass design, but there will be following changes that make these devices stand out in the crowd. So, here are the adaptations, that one can expect from the upcoming flagship smartphones from Samsung.

In terms of tech specifications, these devices (Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+) will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Octa-core SoC, paired with at least 6 GB of LPDDR4x RAM and 64 GB onboard flash storage with a dedicated micro SD card slot (up to 256 GB). As the display is concerned, the device is expected to offer similar display units with Super AMOLED technology with protection from Corning Gorilla Glass 5 or 6 on the top. As per the display and the bezels are concerned, the bezels will be narrowed down, probably the company might vanish complete bottom bezel, making it look like an all display smartphone.

There are a lot of camera placement renders as rendered below. In terms of optics, the device is expected to offer similar dual 12 MP cameras like the one found on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, however, these cameras will be placed differently to differentiate from the other smartphones. Finally, the much-anticipated fingerprint scanner’s placement. Finally, at least as the renders suggest, the fingerprint scanner will be placed in a well accessible place or they might place it beneath the display as well (which is the much-anticipated feature).

So, what do you think about these renders? Share your views in the comment box and keep watching this space for further updates.


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