In fact, while the end of February is literally a month away, we're already getting a taste of what the Samsung Galaxy S9 will look like, courtesy of known phone leaker Evan Blass, providing images of the S9 to overseas technology website Venture Beat. The images show that Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ might have thinner chin than their predecessors, which could lead to even higher screen-to-body ratio.
Samsung Galaxy S9 series is expected to come with 10nm class chipsets and depending on the region of sale, they will be offered in Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (in the US, China, and select countries) or Samsung's Exynos 9810 series (in India, Europe, and others). So, that adds quite a lot credibility to that leak we reported earlier.
We had no trouble hitting the power/lock, volume and Bixby buttons (yep, it's there on the S9 too) on the S8 handsets, and we see no reason why Samsung would extend them for its upcoming flagship pairing. In S9+ the dual cameras will be placed vertically and below the camera panel, the fingerprint sensor will be placed which will be easier to reach, unlike S8+.
It is assumed that the Galaxy S9 will be equipped with special functions for operation with the camera having a variable aperture.
While this piece may seem to give an incredibly negative view of the Galaxy S9, there are some features coming with the phone that are worth noting.
The Galaxy S9 will come with a single rear camera setup, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.
It means we're left feeling a little uneasy about this particular leak. The smartphones are expected to start shipping on March 16, 2018.