Samsung has been enjoying playing with their designs. Ever since the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Note, Samsung has been keen at discovering new designs. With the Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung had finally shown off what they’re capable of. Thanks to their “Infinity” display, we finally got a look at what Samsung could be planning on for the next Samsung Galaxy S smartphone.
As soon as Samsung unveiled the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, I was personally certain that Samsung would be increasing their screen-to-body ratio with their next iteration, and based off of all of the leaks that have made their way onto the internet are keeping me confident of something that was quite expected. It seems like from all of the leaks that we’ve seen for far, Samsung would be shrinking the chin of the Samsung Galaxy S9, and with a reputable leaker, such as OnLeaks, leaking the Samsung Galaxy S9 himself simply allude to what’s about to come from Samsung in 2018.
As suggested by previous leaks, Samsung has opted to move the fingerprint sensor to the rear center of the device after much criticism. The render also suggests that the flashes and sensors would be at the right of the camera sensor allowing for an overall cleaner look.
If we’re speaking of the internals, we should be looking at the latest and greatest Snapdragon 845 from Qualcomm paired with 4-6GB of RAM paired with 64GB of storage. But hey, these internals are mere speculations from our side and are what we should be looking forward to.
If these leaks turn out to be true, I couldn’t wait to see what other improvements Samsung brings to the table, other than just increasing the screen-to-body ratio. Here’s two renders that OnLeaks has has released showcasing what the Samsung Galaxy S9 may look like.
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