Fresh Samsung Galaxy S9 & Galaxy S9+ Case Images Leak; Show Vertical Dual Camera, Corroborate Earlier Leaks
We’ve got about 20 days until the Samsung galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are official. The pair are regular features of the rumor mill, just like their predecessors. And rightly so. Samsung’s Galaxy S smartphones set the pace for flagship smartphones, both for Android and the market in general. And this year, Samsung’ will take it slow. The company hit consecutive home runs last year, with the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ and the Galaxy Note8. Now, with the S9 lineup, it will consolidate these gains. Today, we’ve got even more details for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. Take a look below to find out more.
Fresh Case Images For Samsung’s Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9+ Corroborate Earlier Details Of A Dual Camera Setup; Wireless Charge Image Also Shows Slight Changes
It’s a good day for Samsung. The Korean tech giant’s disgraced Jay Lee was released from prison today, following a successful appeal. And this might well translate into a stellar month as well. Despite the fact that Samsung saw its smartphone market share decrease in 2017, the company is all set for a strong 2018. We’re seeing a lot of details for its Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ surface lately, that point to some impressive upgrades on the pair.
2018 is the year for the camera, at least for Samsung. Smartphone photography has moved forward by miles lately, and Samsung has not reacted the way it should have. Both the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ do not feature dual cameras. We’d forgive the company for this omission, but Google’s Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL demonstrate just how much even a single camera lens can do – provided you equip it with the right software.
As you can see above, the case images posted today confirm all that we’ve heard about the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+’s form. Samsung will not make significant changes this year to the pair’s build. In fact, dimensions will stay nearly consistent with 2017. The big upgrade is a dual camera setup for the Galaxy S9+. The smaller Galaxy S9 on the other hand will feature a variable aperture on its single camera sensor. This will allow it to adjust the amount of light let in based on surroundings.
Samsung’s wireless charger shown at the top right also differs slightly from its current offerings. Seoul once again picks a controversial position for the fingerprint sensor on its flagship smartphones. It will take some time getting used to, without smudging the camera. Thankfully, the sensor is at the bottom this time, making the process easier. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We’ll keep you updated on the latest.