Samsung has been pretty vocal about their new flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S9. The company has slid a few posters and teasers through there social media platforms as Samsung entices the world with what they’re up to.

Samsung has previously confirmed through their Facebook page that the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus would be revealed on the 25th of February putting a great amount of emphasis on its camera quality. So far, renders and leaks have been suggesting similar designs and results from the new S9 and Samsung’s official reveal doesn’t seem to be far off from now.

Early renders of the Samsung Galaxy S9 | @OnLeaks

Leaks suggest that the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus would pack a dual camera setup. While the smaller S9 would rock a similar setup minus the dual camera experience. Additional leaks and renders also suggest that Samsung would re-position the fingerprint sensor at the rear of the phone.

Early leaks of the Samsung Galaxy S9’s internals that have been leaked on Antutu’s database | Antutu

Recently, the Samsung Galaxy S9 has shown up on Antutu’s database showcasing the internals it may pack. Now what should be noted is that Samsung is well-known for having separate iterations of the same phone based upon their regions and the S9 should be no different. The international variant of the S9 and S9 Plus would pack Qualcomm’s latest and greatest Snapdragon 845 SoC. Here’s a key rundown of their purported internals:

Samsung Galaxy S9/Plus Specifications (Rumor)

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC (International variant G9650) / Exynos 9810 (Asian variant)
  • 6GB RAM
  • 64GB internal storage
  • 2960×1440 (18.5:9) Infinity display

It seems like Samsung would be sticking to their own 18.5:9 display ratio. Based on the leak above it seems like the device was tested in its original condition without increasing its resolution. Despite so, it seems like Samsung could be bringing some improvement enhancements and additions with the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, especially with its Asian variant that seems to be 40% faster according to Samsung and brings a host of iPhone X like features to Samsung’s S-series of flagships. While still unconfirmed, if the Asian variant of the S9 packs the Exynos 9810, the phone would be a complete killer based on what Samsung has announced so far regarding their new SoC. 4K/120FPS, Deep-learning AI capabilities and a ton lot more would keep the S9 ahead of the game, at least for its Asian variant. Regarding the international Qualcomm variant, Samsung wouldn’t push it far behind making sure that it gets the same, if not similar, enhancements from the new technologies embedded in both of these SoCs.

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Source | Weibo