The series is all set to be announced at next month. Instead of talking about the design, the bezel less display or the overall improvements, the brand chose to focus on the tag line "Camera". The images show that Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ might have thinner chin than their predecessors, which could lead to even higher screen-to-body ratio.
Luckily, we don't have to wait much longer to get answers to our questions about the camera and all the rest of the S9's specs.
On the right side of the camera might be where the LED flash and heart rate sensor will be housed. In S9+ the dual cameras will be placed vertically and below the camera panel, the fingerprint sensor will be placed which will be easier to reach, unlike S8+.
In his article for VentureBeat, Blass mostly reiterates the information that we have heard through multiple leaks in the past. Also, the differences between both the phones will differ a lot. Previous reports have that the Galaxy S9 might have an iris scanner integrated into the front camera and the Galaxy S9+ might sport a separate one. One change that's likely making the cut in the new Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ is a repositioned fingerprint scanner. The cases are seen in three models - Guardian, Revolution, and Affinity. Both the phones will be out on February 25 and rumoured to go on sale starting March 15, 2018.
Press invites for the Samsung event have been.
Launch date aside, Samsung also appeared to confirm that the S9's cameras are in for some major upgrades. The Galaxy S9 series is expected to retain the 18.5:9 display from a year ago.