Samsung galaxy S9 and S9 plus expected features leaked

Samsung galaxy S9 and S9 plus

Samsung galaxy S9 and S9 plus

Mobile World Congress is starting next week and during this time Samsung’s biggest event will be unpacked. In this event, Samsung will launch its flagship smartphone i.e. Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus this year.

Blogger Evan Blas, who leaked his photos and details before the smartphone launch, shared photos of these two smartphones, which can be said to be shared on Twitter. It can not be said by seeing that the company has made some major changes, but there is definitely a slight change in design.

Samsung galaxy S9 and S9 plus Samsung galaxy S9 and S9 plus

Samsung has also released a teaser video which is in slow motion. Better camera company’s flagship has been featured and this time too the company can come with a superb camera.

The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will be smartphones with a bezel-less display and will be similar to the S8. Like earlier, the curved display will also be available. The camera module of S9 Plus is dual and it is vertical. About the color option, Ivana Blas has told that S9 will be available in Midnight Black, Lilac Purple, Titanium Gray and Coral Blue.


In the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, Qualcomm’s latest processor Snapdragon 845 processor will be given i.e. the first processor will be given in this smartphone. RAM is expected to be 4GB this time and memory can be given 64GB and 128GB. Although some reports say that S9 + 6GB RAM and 128GB internal memory can be given.

In terms of display, Samsung has been doing quite well for the last two years because the company uses the Olead panel. This time, both the flagship smartphones will be given the Olead panel. Galaxy S9’s display will be 5.8 inches, while the Galaxy S9 will be 6.2-inch.

Like iPhone X this time Samsung can also give facial recognition features. According to reports, this time the company is preparing to give more secure and accurate facial recognition than the iPhone X. Because earlier also the company gave facial recognition to its smartphones.

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