Galaxy S9 Leak: New Renders, Code Names And Model Numbers

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+, iterative upgrades, will make a cameo at CES

However, Samsung is reportedly taking these reports very seriously and planning to leave no stone unturned to fetch an enhanced iris scanner for its upcoming flagship device - Galaxy S9.

Let' speak about the render first.

Samsung is rumored to reveal its next flagship phones aka Galaxy S9 and S9+ at MWC 2018 - which will happen sometime around the end of February.

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There have been some other whispers about the Samsung Galaxy S9 Mini so it could be a good bet that the phone will be released as part of the Galaxy S range. Firstly, the renders are obtained by BGR, and the publication claims that a case maker Ghostek created the renders. That said, there will be some minor changes here and there though. Unfortunately still back-mounted and not underneath the display, it is now orientated vertically with the fingerprint reader at the bottom, meaning there should be no need to smudge the camera lens anymore. It may still have a rear fingerprint sensor, might be modular, be powered by Snapdragon 845 or an Exynos 9810 processor, and will come in two variants as usual. VentureBeat also notes the addition of AKG stereo speakers, with Samsung working on a new DeX docking station where the S9 is used as a touchpad or virtual keyboard.

Here's where things get a little interesting: Other than their screen sizes, the Galaxy S8 and S8+ were almost identical in every way.

While the S8/S8+ were identical in terms of RAM, the S9/S9+ will depart from this, with the S9+ being launched with 6GB of RAM, while the S9 will remain at 4GB, as well as coming with a dual-camera setup.

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