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Galaxy S9 in Pictures : The Perfect Smartphone?

The Galaxy S9 :

Galaxy S8 was our favorite phone of 2017 which featured the spectacular Infinity Display. Then came the Note 8 being the First Galaxy Smartphone to feature an outstanding Dual Camera system.

And CES 2018 will give us the Galaxy S9. As we are approaching its launch, leaks and renders confirm our predictions about the next flagship by Samsung.

We now have Galaxy S9 renders presented by Onleaks with pictures showing both the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. As we have said earlier, the fingerprint sensor is moved below the camera solving the only flaw in its predecessor. No under-the-glass sensor this time for Samsung. Sorry, folks.

The overall design is quite similar to what we saw with the S8/S8 Plus. This confirms that Samsung will continue to use the successful design of the previous two generations.

The Galaxy S9 looks basically the same to its predecessor. According to the leak,  the bottom bezel is slated to be 0.1 mm slimmer than the S8 and the display will be 5.65-inches with rounded corners. The dimensions of the phone are allegedly 147.6 x 68.7 x 8.4 mm.

The sides still have the stubborn Bixby, power and volume buttons and the bottom houses the USB Type-C port and 3.5 mm headphone jack!!! (Thanks, Samsung!)

The pictures show us that the bigger Galaxy S9 Plus will have a dual lens system just like the Note 8. But it will be positioned vertically unlike the Note 8. This will enable the users to place their index finger without really stretching their fingers which was an irritating thing in the previous generations of Galaxy devices.

Being a flagship devices, we see the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Processor(US) or a similar Exynos variant for Asian and European Market. The phones should have a 4GB/6GB RAM variant, too.

What do you think about the next generation Galaxy Smartphones. Would they define the new benchmark of perfect smartphone? Let us know in the comments section below.

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