In recent months we have seen several versions of the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 +. Only in December, we have seen at least five renderings and now it seems as if Forbes sets a new record in the case of the fire.
The site certainly states that this rendering will be what the Galaxy S9 will have when it is announced. The source claims that the rendition is so accurate that the Ghostek case maker, who was playing a month ago, has already begun receiving orders for the cases. While trust in the report is reassuring, things can change, as is the case when online treatments have leaked out.
As already mentioned, the Galaxy S9 and S9 + have a similar design to the current Galaxy S8. While things may look identical at first glance, the thickness of the bezel on the top and bottom of the headset will change slightly. Samsung wants to make things even smarter by maximizing the screen-to-body ratio of smartphones. As we saw last week, the new rendering also shows the vertically stacked camera sensors and the repositioned fingerprint reader. If all goes well, the Galaxy S9 has a single camera, while the Galaxy S9 + offers a dual-camera sensor.
While it was reported that the devices had appeared at CES 2018, a Samsung representative later said that it was “unlikely”. With CES in a few weeks, it will not be long before you discover it. If Samsung does not introduce the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 + in January, it is possible that it will debut at the Mobile World Congress, which begins in late February. However, we will not have to wait long to find out what Samsung has to offer for the next generation of its Galaxy series.