Samsung has been rumored to make the Galaxy S9+ a more attractive purchase for the masses as the latest info claims that the upcoming flagship is going to be offered in several storage models. While that is a pleasant thing to hear, the rumor also claims that the company is aiming to provide a higher storage model when compared to the Galaxy S9.
Galaxy S9+ Rumored to Be Offered in the 256GB Storage Capacity - Galaxy S9 Could Be Limited to 128GB of Onboard Storage
According to a leakster from Weibo, Samsung is going to be offering its Galaxy S9 in the 4GB RAM/64GB storage and 4GB RAM/128GB storage flavors. This does sound like a decent configuration, only for one big problem. The Galaxy S9+ will definitely appear to be more attractive because not only shall it be offered with 6GB of RAM, the rumor states that it is going to be offered in the 64, 128, and 256GB of onboard storage.
256GB of internal memory might sound like overkill, but if you remember the Exynos 9810 launch, Samsung detailed that the SoC has the capability to record 4K footage up to 120FPS. The amount of bandwidth that will consume the storage is going to be unimaginable, even if Samsung manages to cap the framerate at 60FPS while recording at 4K.
Another benefit of picking up the Galaxy S9+ is that it has been rumored to come with a dual-camera. The secondary camera could have a telephoto lens like the Galaxy Note 8 but because the fingerprint reader is going to be present beneath the camera lens and not next to it, unlocking the smartphone is going to be a piece of cake.
There have been no rumors related to the price tag of the Galaxy S9+, but considering the exclusive hardware options you could potentially get with the release of the phone, we’d be expecting Samsung to cash in on the opportunity.
News Source: Weibo