Last week thanks to renders that were based on factory CAD schematics, we have a rough idea of what the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9 could look like. Now thanks to more renders obtained and published by @OnLeaks, we have a clearer idea of what we will be able to expect from Samsung come 2018.
Right off the bat we suppose what’s obvious is that the Galaxy S9 will not differ too greatly in design compared to the Galaxy S8. This is in line with what we have been hearing, although some slight changes would be to thin out the lower bezel in which it will make the screen slightly bigger, but otherwise nothing will change.
It also appears that Samsung will be keeping the fingerprint sensor on the back of the phone, so for those hoping to see an in-display sensor, you might have to keep waiting. Also what’s interesting is that despite the Galaxy Note 8 featuring dual cameras on the back, the upcoming Galaxy S9 appears to maintain its single camera design.
We’re not sure why Samsung isn’t bringing dual cameras to the Galaxy S9, but if you were hoping for that you could be disappointed. Safe to say you should probably take this with a grain of salt for now, but if the rumors of a February launch are true, we won’t have to wait much longer for the official word.