Galaxy S9 schematic shows no Galaxy Note 8-like dual camera


A while back, we showed you a leaked render revealing the designs of both the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. Sadly though, the Galaxy S9 was only seen sporting a single camera lens and a leaked schematic shows that this might be the case after all.

Galaxy S9 schematic shows no Galaxy Note 8-like dual camera

The leaked schematic maintains this information, along with the positioning of the rear-mounted fingerprint reader. There have been speculations that the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ could feature an in-display fingerprint sensor but we are not so sure about that. While we’re hoping to see this change being implemented in smartphones as early as possible, we have doubts that it will be featured in the upcoming Galaxy S9.

There was another rumor circulating around that the Galaxy S9 could come with a screen-to-body ratio of between 89-90 percent, so you’ll get more screen in comparison to the Galaxy S8. The specifications are a bit confusing at this time. Previously, when you were heading out to make a decision to purchase the Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+, there was not much difference between the two other than a bigger battery and larger screen on the Galaxy S8+.

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Now it looks like you might actually have better choices on your hand. For example, the Galaxy S9 has been rumored to come with 4GB of RAM, while its bigger brother will have 6GB of RAM. The Galaxy S9+ has also been rumored to get a dual-camera, but like all rumors, we will be waiting for updates to debunk this one shortly.

Galaxy S9 schematic shows no Galaxy Note 8-like dual camera

The Exynos 9810 powering the two phones will be made on the 10nm LPP process, which is more advanced. This will result in the chipset delivering more performance.

Read more: Galaxy S9 could get a more advanced 3MP iris scanner than the Galaxy S8

If you’re looking for additional information regarding the two phones, we strongly recommend reading about it in your roundup link given at the top.