It would appear leaking of product information is an excellent marketing tool for the social media and news sites are posting about the latest Samsung Galaxy S9 daily. We'll just have to wait until next week for Samsung's keynote at MWC 2018 (assuming they do announce it).
Even as Samsung gears up for its major product launch of the year, a lot of details of the new phones have been leaked online, giving us a fair idea on what to expect from Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+.
Other features leaked of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 include a 12-megapixel rear camera, a 7-megapixel selfie camera.
The smartphones will be available in Midnight Black, Lilac Purple, Coral Blue and Titanium Gray colour options. Coming to the display, Galaxy S9 will have the same Infinity display like last year's Galaxy S8. The bigger Galaxy S9+ will come with 6.2-inch screen with 2960 x 1440 pixels resolution.
The flagship is also tipped to sport stereo speakers, which will be located at the top and the bottom of the phone. The two phones are also said to support 64GB of onboard storage with up to 400GB additionally via micro SD cards.
Unfortunately, the list doesn't say if the Galaxy Tab S4 will come with its own S-Pen, much like its predecessor. The rear camera will have a variable aperture of f/1.5 to f/2.4. Both should also feature optical image stabilisation plus laser and dual-pixel autofocus. This will come with four 1.7GHz and four 2.6GHz processing levels.
Both phones will use Samsung Exynos 9810 Octacore-SoC with 4 high end core on 2.9 GHz and 4 power saving cores on 1.9GHz. The Bixby button is not going anywhere either. The users have time up to 25th February to find this out. Earlier this month, the Snapdragon-powered Galaxy S9 was spotted on Geekbench. The first actually hit Geekbench back in December with scores of 2422 in the single-core test and 8351 in the multi-core one. You are unlikely to notice a difference between the two in real-life usage.
Bixby Vision on the Galaxy S9 will offer text translation in real-time, according to the retail employee, which means that users will just have to point it at the foreign text and Bixby Vision will translate it in real-time.