Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ Design and Release Date Leaked

Samsung Galaxy S9Both Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ from Samsung are ready to become the next generation smartphones from the company. Leaks about a release date, design and battery capacity of these smartphones are everywhere on the web. The supposed back panel and front panel of both devices have been leaked online.

According to the leaks appeared on Weibo, the front panels of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are similar in design to the Samsung Galaxy S8. On the front panel, the bezels are a bit smaller but look much similar to Galaxy S8 launched this year.

According to Techtastic, a Dutch site, the back panel of Samsung Galaxy S9 has been revealed. Uploaded on Monday, the leak shows the cutouts for a single camera on a rear panel of the device, matching its design in the CAD-based renders which were leaked earlier this week. The Galaxy S9 has fingerprint sensor which has been moved below the rear camera setup.

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A Chinese site suggests another report about the upgraded battery life of Samsung Galaxy S9. If this report is to be believed, Galaxy S9 will feature 3200mAh battery which is 200mAh larger than 3000mAh in Galaxy S8 which was launched this year. Currently, there is no update on the battery of Galaxy S9+. On both flagship phones, fast charge support will be added to Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0.

The trial manufacturing of Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are also speculated to start soon and mass production is going to start soon in January 2018. According to a report by Bloomberg, both Galaxy S9 and S9+ might be scheduled to launch by last week of February or March next year. If accurate, this schedule for the launch of Galaxy S9 and S9+ is a month head before the launch of Galaxy S8 and S8+ this year. Earlier, it was reported that Samsung might announce Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ at a date around MWC 2018 which is scheduled from February 26 to March 1, 2018.

When it comes to the launch of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, recent reports suggest that both devices will have improved iris scanner and are expected to have next-gen PCB technology.