Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + are out in another set of render, this time the accessories manufacturer Debrand render reveals the front and back panels of both the phones. According to the images, the fingerprint sensor is expected to play under the setup of both the phones behind the phone. In addition, the Galaxy S9 has a rear camera, while the Galaxy S9 + has a dual camera setup. Another leak from Twitter also confirms this difference. Apart from this, the safe camera may contain an animated stickers like anomogy .

Individually, some reports have suggested prices increase for the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 +. It is rumored that the Galaxy S 9 Duo will be the most expensive phone in the Galaxy S flagship range, which is above the KRW 9, 50,000 (approximately 56,600).

For the fulfillment of rumors, the Samsung Galaxy S9 series can be operated by a Samsung Xenos 9810 SOC in Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SOC and other international markets (including India) in the US and China. The Galaxy S9 + is expected to have a 6 GB RAM / 128GB storage version; A 512 GB premium version is also estimated to be launched. The camera will get a big upgrade Some expected features are aperture of F / 1.5 – F / 2.4, ‘Super Speed’ mode, ‘Super Slow Mode’, Intelligent Scan, Integrated Iris Scanner etc.

Rumored to offer Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus 6 GB RAM and 128 GB Storage
(October 21, 2017)

We knew most of the iPhone X’s details before our official launch, thanks to the leak of Benjamin Jiskin. Now, the same person has shown some details about the upcoming galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 Plus smartphone. Like the Galaxy Note 9, the base models of Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will also offer 6 GB RAM. These devices are coming with 128 GB of internal storage and provide MicroSD card support for further storage expansion.

While the UA and the Chinese versions have been mentioned in the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, the rest of the world will see devices with 10 nm Xinos 9 octa processors. The Xinos 9 octa Galaxy S8 on Galaxy S9 devices and the Galaxy Note 8 can be the successor of the Xinos 9 Octa 8895 used in the smartphone. We also expect that the company trim the beams down and down on the infinity display.

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