New Samsung Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy S9 got leaked in New Set of Renders

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    The brand new Samsung Galaxy S9+ and Samsung Galaxy S9 renders have got leaked lately, boasting what the expected design will turn out for the upcoming flagship of Samsung for the year 2018. The leaked renders of these two latest phones of Galaxy notifies that the fingerprint sensor will be moved from its initial position that it has on Samsung Galaxy S8.

    As per the render leak nothing much can be said about the Galaxy S9+, but Galaxy S9 seemed to confirm the earlier leaks and rumours that it will arrive with just a single rear-facing camera lens, which leads to the fact that consumers will be having more than just one difference in the display size for deciding between when to look at both the phones for a new device or an upgrade. The front of the phone also displays that there will be front-facing dual camera sensors on each of the phone model. Hence, in particular, this will be the identical on both the phones, recommending that Samsung is looking forward in throwing some focus into the abilities of each device for enhancing in taking better selfie pictures.

    The equipment materials in both of these new renders of the Samsung phone also much clearly displays the bezels of these two phones that appear to be just the identical as they are on Samsung’s Galaxy S8, although it was primarily imagined that the bottom bezel will appear to be thinner than the previous one. But it now seems to be not the exact case. Another substance that’s worth drawing attention is that in this new render phone of Samsung the fingerprint sensor is now positioned underneath the rear-facing camera module. It is probably because of the complains received from people on placing the sensor on the side with the Galaxy S8+ and Galaxy S8, because people frequently tend to touch the camera lens and fleck it up instead. Current rumours have recommended that Samsung is going to unleash the new Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy S9 this week at the CES or so.

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