Galaxy S9 360-degree renders maintains the 3.5mm jack and same bezels as Galaxy S8 unfortunately

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The rumor was the covered earlier detailed the possibility of the Galaxy S9 getting shipped with the same bezels as the Galaxy S8, after a prototype reportedly failed the testing bits. A gallery and a 360-degree render of the Galaxy S9 has emerged, but it solidifies the rumor that was published earlier.

Galaxy S9 was earlier reported to come with a screen-to-body ratio in between 89-90 percent, and since there are conflicting reports coming continuously, it can mean that there is a small change you’ll see a more premium smartphone, but not according to these renders.

Where other manufacturers are face deep on removing the headphone jack, Samsung has seemingly held its ground and maintained it, at least in the render. Since Samsung tests out several prototypes before it settles on the perfect one that will be sold to customers eventually, it might be possible that the company sets its eyes on the model that will come without the 3.5mm jack. We continue to pray that this decision does not happen, but you never know what might become of this paramount port.

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The Galaxy S9 has also been rumored to come with 4GB of RAM, while its bigger brother, the Galaxy S9+ will have 6GB of RAM. Though the position of the fingerprint reader has been changed, the Galaxy S9 will just feature a single camera lens at back, once again, according to these renders.

For the specifications, the Exynos 9810 powering the two phones will be made on the 10nm LPP process, while for American customers, you will get the Snapdragon 845 version.

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If you want to read up more about the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, do check out our roundup because you will know nearly everything there is to know about these upcoming flagships.

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