Renders of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ show what sort of device we might be looking at


Here could be your first ever look at the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ thanks to the latest render. Sadly enough, these renders have also revealed what exclusive features are going to be present in the larger brother of the Galaxy S9.

Renders of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ show what sort of device we might be looking at

Taking a look at these, it did not take us long to determine that the Galaxy S9 is only going to feature a single camera lens at the back but Samsung will be making adjustments to the fingerprint sensor. Even though Synaptics has announced its in-display fingerprint sensor and while it is more than possible for the Galaxy S9 to feature this, the render had something different to tell us.

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The fingerprint reader on both the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ is positioned at the back, but it will be much easier to reach with your fingers, assuming Samsung maintains the same diagonal screen size as it did with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. If there are other features that you might be interested in knowing, both the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are not expected to be just a refresh of their predecessors.

The Galaxy S9+ can be seen in the render featuring a dual-camera with a different position when compared to the Galaxy Note 8. This might help in smartphone photography to a greater degree or maybe Samsung just wanted to follow this because Apple used this exact positioning for its iPhone X.

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Both Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ have also been rumored to be smarter versions of their predecessors, and are expected to get an AI engine that will make them smarter than your average mobile device. In short, the facial recognition system could get a lot more reliable and faster, and so could the iris scanner.

Would you be upgrading to one when it is announced in Q1, 2018?


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