VentureBeat’s Evan Blass is back with another phone leak. This time it’s the Samsung Galaxy S9, which has just had its launch eventuality announced for Feb 25.
As expected, this year’s iteration looks a lot like the Galaxy S8. Samsung did a major redesign last year, so we were awaiting a phone that some-more or reduction looks the same. It’s still a phone that is scarcely all-screen with turn corners, a battery of sensors at the top for Iris scanning, and a Bixby symbol for rising Samsung’s terrible voice assistant. The categorical further for 2018 is a new camera, which is approaching to have a non-static aperture.
The one peculiar disproportion in the S9 picture compared to the S8 is a some-more distinguished digest of the side bezels. The Galaxy S8 picture has the display go all the way to the side of the phone, while the S9 has a sizeable volume of deadspace. Is this an slip by Samsung’s photoshopper, or is it contemplative of a pattern change in the Galaxy S9? The sides of the S8 (and S9) are curved, so we could see how that competence be tough to accurately simulate in a picture, but Samsung got it right in last year’s image.
VentureBeat offers a few sum about the specs, too. The US and China get a chronicle make-up the Snapdragon 845, while the rest of the universe will get Samsung’s Exynos 9810. The report says the S9+ will get 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, and the S9 will have 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. VentureBeat also reportedly has a ship date nailed down: Mar 16.
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