The Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphone may not be due until next year, but considering that the South Korean conglomerate has already unveiled their most anticipated flagships of 2017, the upcoming device has no become the sole point of focus among smartphone enthusiasts.
The recently unveiled Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has received widespread appreciation from all possible quarters. Not only is it a marvel to gape at, but it packs the punch of being one of the most impressive devices we have seen in a while, functionality wise. However, not many people are find of having to lug around a massive piece of tech in their hands or pockets, which is why they are looking forward to the Galaxy S9 release date. However, if we are to go by recent leaks, the S9 device may bring in some of the most enviable Note 8 features into the Galaxy S series.
A recent Galaxy S9 leak suggests that the new device will come with the dual rear mounted cameras that were first introduced to Samsung flagships with the Note 8. This has been suggested by none other than reputed KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. However, he doesn’t add any specifics about the new set-up’s possible configurations. It is highly likely that Samsung will continue on with the Note 8’s camera specs, or introduce new ones. In fact, Samsung has a lot of tricks up their sleeves in the camera department, which were introduced at the MWC Shanghai 2017. We wouldn’t be surprised to see them experiment.
Earlier reports had revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphone is supposed to be the fastest smartphone ever released. However, if you were hoping that Samsung would finally go ahead and introduce the much anticipated in-display fingerprint scanner in the new smartphone, it doesn’t seem likely. Reports suggest that Samsung is concentrating the device a powerhouse of functionality, and thus reserving the new technology for next year’s successor to the Galaxy Note 8. One particular leak, on the other hand, claimed that Samsung would model the Galaxy S9 on a modular design akin to the Moto Mods, but that doesn’t sound much like Samsung.
As for when we expect the Samsung Galaxy S9 to launch, previous patterns suggest an early 2018 unveiling. Until then, you can rest assured that there will be no dearth of rumors surrounding the device. Keep your eyes peeled on our website for the latest trending news about the upcoming device.