As it turns out, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ won't be Samsung's first phones with a variable aperture. Head-on, they look strikingly similar to the Galaxy S8 pair - something we were told to expect many times over by leaks and reports preceding this one.
However, it remains unclear whether any or all of these will find itself on the S9. However, it is known that the smaller version of the S9 will feature only one camera and that only the larger model will come with a dual lens setup. Whereas in other regions, the duo will be powered by Samsung's own Exynos 9810 processor. Reportedly, the Galaxy S9 will boast of a 12-megapixel camera. Are you waiting for the Galaxy S9? The tech giant has announced that Oreo beta testing program for flagship S8 and S8 plus will end on Friday, Jan 26 in U.S. and globally few days later.
The S9 line will also include two sizes. A leaked image of a supposed S9 retail box says the device will be equipped with "Stereo Speakers tuned by AKG".
As for the specs, both devices are set to differ with the S9 packing 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage space and the S9 Plus to pack 6GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage space. This is unlikely to allow Samsung to put the fingerprint sensor under the display, but it may allow for those brighter, more colorful images that the Snapdragon 845 promises. If you haven't seen it in action, of the W2018 camera is a must see. It's still a phone that is almost all-screen with round corners, a battery of sensors at the top for Iris scanning, and a Bixby button for launching Samsung's disgusting voice assistant. Samsung should be showing the phone off at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which is only a month away.