Samsung is just days away from launching Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus and while there are speculations about the device everywhere, we decided to compile a list of what we know about the device. Do remember that all the features and hardware listed below are just based on different leaks and they might or might not be there on the device.
The first thing to notice in the device is the design and credit when it’s due, Samsung has done a great job with the overall design of the devices especially the S series. However, it looks like Samsung has decided to retain the design elements from the previous Galaxy S8. This means that it’s highly unlikely that Samsung will show a new design for S9. The leaks, however, show that Samsung might reduce bezels more which might look good for the device overall. Coming to the colour, the device will come in Black, Grey, Blue and Purple.
The camera rumored on the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus is two 12-megapixel sensors. One of them uses the mentioned combination of two aperture settings, while the second sensor offers an F / 2.4 aperture. Both the sensors will feature an Optical Image Stabilizer. On the front, sits an 8-megapixel camera with F / 1.7 aperture. Both the devices are rumoured to have slo-mo recording capabilities.
Samsung will launch the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus with a Samsung Exynos 9810 Octacore-SoC. While the Galaxy S9 will come with 4 GB of RAM, Galaxy S9 Plus will feature 6 GB of RAM. Both the devices will have 64 GB internal memory with an option to expand up to 400 GB. Also, Samsung will launch both the devices in Single and Dual SIM variants. Talking about the battery, the Galaxy S9 will come with 3000mAh while the Galaxy S9 Plus comes with least 3500mAh. Samsung promises, as usual, that the batteries can bring the user comfortably through a whole working day. Both the devices will support wireless charging as well.
Samsung will launch both the devices with Android 8.0 installed out of the box. The company recently introduced Samsung Experience 9.0 which will be there on both the devices.
Apart from this, both the devices will be IP68 certified, allowing them to survive up to 30 minutes at depths of up to 1.5 meters. Samsung will launch the device on 25th February with delivery starting from March.
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