There comes a time in the life of every rumored device when CAD-based renders are outed for it, showing it from all angles. These are accompanied by a rendered video so you can really get a hang of what it will look like.
Today is simply such a day, but you get two at the cost of one: both of Samsung’s upcoming flagships, the Galaxy S9 and S9+, have received this correct treatment.
Beginning off with the smaller Galaxy S9, you will without a doubt see that while it sports a comparable general overall to the S8, there are some notable changes.
Chief among those is the vertical strip on the back which houses the camera and the unique fingerprint sensor. The last now appears to be in a significantly less awkward position than it was during the current year’s models, easing one of the primary drawbacks to those. Of note is also the way that the S9 will just have one back camera, as Samsung is by all accounts playing an Apple-like separating diversion between its two first-class models for early 2018.
The Galaxy S9 is said to measure 147.6 x 68.7 x 8.4mm. That makes it 1.3mm shorter, 0.6mm more extensive, and 0.4mm thicker than its antecedent. The S9+’s dimensions are 157.7 x 73.8 x 8.5mm, so it will be 1.8mm shorter, 0.4mm more extensive, and 0.4mm thicker than the S8+. The bigger model for 2018 has cut both the best and bottom bezels by 0.1mm contrasted with its predecessor.
The two upcoming handsets might possibly be exhibited at CES one month from now in front of an appropriate unveiling in March. In the US they should be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 chipset, while whatever remains of the world will get them with another Exynos SoC. This leak has remained mum on screen sizes, but past mumblings discussed them continuing as before as they were for the S8 pair.