Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus Renders

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus Renders and 360-Degree Video

Samsung has already reached No 8 on their flagship series and we know what’s coming now it’s the 9th one. Just like Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, Samsung will definitely release Samsung Galaxy S9 and the plus one S9+. Samsung is a big company so when its new device is coming everyone has great expectations of what new things will they be offering.

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A lot of leaks and peaks have already emerged about the Galaxy S9 and S9+. This time the design and Renders have surfaced from the Web. The Exclusive factory CAD-based renders and a 360-degree video of the Galaxy S9 and  Galaxy S9 it was leaked on Twitter by  @OnLeaks. The leaked renders show the front design of S9 and S9+ to be the same as S8 and S8+ so if you were believing full screens and smaller bezels sorry to let you down.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Renders

However taking a look at the renders of Galaxy S9, there appear to be a few differences as well, The biggest drawback everyone complained about was the Fingerprint sensor placement and Looks like they have fixed it. While the sensor is still located on the back,  it has been moved under the camera lens, Maybe this time it will be easy to access. Another small change is that the heart rate sensor has been moved to the right side of the primary camera module. The USB Type-C port, speaker, volume rocker, power, and their own Smart assistant “Bixby” button follow the same placement as the Galaxy S8. The great news is that the S9 is likely to come with a 3.5mm audio jack as well.

The display is the same as Galaxy S8 so dimension is likely to be the same as Galaxy S8 as well. Samsung placed its first Dual camera setup on the Galaxy Note 8 so there were rumors for S9 to have a dual-camera setup, but the renders show only a single camera at the rear.

360-degree video of the Samsung Galaxy S9

Now, let’s look at the leaked renders of the Samsung Galaxy S9+

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus renders

As you can see in the renders, the Galaxy S9+ uses the same design which we already saw with the Galaxy S8+. The phone measurement is to be the same as well. However, there is some significant change on the rear part, and the most important of them is the presence of a dual-camera setup which is a relief since S9 render showed only a single camera and the placement of the rear-facing fingerprint reader. This means that all our hopes of an in-screen fingerprint reader have been buried. The fingerprint reader’s new placement below the camera sensor means that it can be slightly easier to reach but it looks like we may have to stretch our finger a little.

The heart-rate sensor and the single-LED flash is at the right side of the dual-camera setup. The USB Type-C port, 3.5mm headphone port, loudspeaker, and the primary microphone are at the bottom, similar to the Galaxy S8 and S8+ and S9 render as well. The power button is on the right side of the phone, while the volume rocker and the Bixby button are on the left side of the device. The secondary microphone and the SIM card + microSD card slot are at the top of the phone. Samsung will not ditch the headphone jack in S9 and will continue to use an iris scanner.

360-degree video of the Samsung Galaxy S9+

 

Getting on to the specification, Rumors are the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are to be powered by recently unveiled Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 845 flagship processor. There will also be a Samsung Exynos 9810 SoC-powered variant but it will be market dependent. The device is expected to come with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, with a possible 6GB RAM variant too. Samsung has already started mass producing 512GB flash storage modules for smartphones, so chances are the top-end Galaxy S9 and S9+ could come with 512GB of storage. The phone is likely to launch with Android Oreo out of the box. The brand is expected to launch the flagships at CES in January or as some rumors the Galaxy S9 duo will be announced at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018.

So, what are your views on these renders? Is this what you expected or you had some more expectations do let us know in the comments section.