As for Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphone for 2018, Forbes reported that the Galaxy S9 will likely feature similar key elements found on the Galaxy S8. The fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy S9 is placed below the vertically placed dual rear camera system, and it's reachable with the index finger. A new report from a reputable leakster suggests that Samsung is indeed going to show off the handsets earlier. We have already seen benchmarks of the S9 on Geekbench, but now we have a little more proof.
There's obviously no reason to radically change a winning flagship design... two years in a row, but the Galaxy S8 and Note 8 hardly look flawless, so a couple of important refinements are still to be expected with Samsung's "next big thing". Firstly, the renders are obtained by BGR, and the publication claims that a case maker Ghostek created the renders.
The two phones are said to be almost identical in appearance to their predecessors - to borrow a term, this will clearly be a "tock" model year.
Meanwhile, the S9 will stick to a single camera, though retains this vertical placement to address a common complaint with the current generation. Samsung has entered the race of dual-camera smartphones with the Galaxy Note 8 earlier this year. The chipset might be paired with 4GB or 6GB of RAM. Shared specs include 64GB of storage expandable via microSD and the 3.5 millimeter audio jack. And despite the fact that the camera configuration will apparently differ on the phones, the camera will sit above the fingerprint sensor on the back of both phones.
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