While MWC 2018 is just one month left and Samsung next flagships – Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are going to unveil at MWC on February 25. The Samsung Galaxy duo leak online in a press render through popular leakster Evan Blass (follow him on Twitter @evleaks). Evan Blass is popular for his leaks about phones before their official announcements and it this is true these press renders are going to be the official Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+.

Press renders suggest Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are going to feature the same design as last year  Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ but have a slightly thinner bezel and have a different dimension. Samsung Galaxy S9 features a 5.8-inch display while Galaxy S9+ features a 6.2-inch display and both are super AMOLED. Also, Galaxy S9 going to have a single rear camera while Galaxy S9+ is expected to have a dual rear camera.

Going to powered with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 in the United States and China, Galaxy S9 features 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage while Galaxy S9+ features 6GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage. To the rest of the world, these Galaxy flagship duo are are going to be powered by Samsung own chipset – Exynos 9810, according to VentureBeat.

The back side is not visible but according to VentureBeat, it is going to be different from Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ and thanks to repositioned fingerprint scanner on the back. Coming to the camera, Both flagships feature a 12MP rear camera but Galaxy S9+ adds a secondary 12MP sensor having variable aperture from f2.4 to f1.5 and also 480fps 720p super slow motion video recording. Samsung adds “The Camera Reimagined” in his invitation to the unpacked event.

Both flagships are going to be announced at MWC on February 25 held every year at Barcelona, Spain and begin shipping and selling on March 16.








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