Renders of the upcoming Galaxy S9+ surfaces online

Renders of the next big flagship smartphone to likely sell at the Microsoft Store has emerged.

As we near towards the end of 2017, everyone now has eyes on what 2018 holds for tech and smartphones to be specific. It is no secret Samsung is working on a new flagship device for 2018 but we might not have to wait for too long to see it. Recently some renders were posted on a Korean forum which shows what the Samsung Galaxy S9+ might look like.

As per the image, unfortunately, it looks like Samsung hasn’t done anything new in the design department and it looks like S9 will have the same infinity display. Samsung has, however, further reduced the top and bottom bezels on Galaxy S9 in the render. One of the most noticeable changes is the orientation of Fingerprint Sensor in S9+. While Samsung Galaxy S8 has a Fingerprint Sensor to the side, it looks like Samsung is currently testing a different orientation where the sensor is below the camera. Another change that has to be noted is the fact that Samsung might only deliver a single camera setup on S9 and will save the dual camera setup for the S9+. The good news is Samsung might have continued to preserve the headphone jack on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+.

The render doesn’t give any other information regarding the specs but presumably, Samsung will make sure they are top of the line on its upcoming flagship device.

No-one knows yet exactly what Samsung holds in store for us in 2018, and while the render suggests an iterative update, let’s hope that Korean giant has some amazing tech planned.

Via: BGR