Samsung Galaxy S9 & Galaxy S9+ Official Press Images & Specs Leak Reveals Nearly Everything You Need to Know
Both the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ have had their press images apparently leaked and we have to say that this might be the start of more leaks to come, where it is revealed how these devices will look when officially launched. In addition, there are more features that we should expect from the upcoming phones and it definitely looks like Samsung has focused on internal upgrades rather than attempting to bring up a whole new design for its upcoming premium lineup.
Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ Expected to Sport Improved Stereo Speakers but Look Rather Unchanged When Compared to Predecessors
Both Roland Quandt and Evan Blass have shared several images of how the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will appear to the public during the official announcement as well as when both flagships have been launched. The Galaxy S9+ is expected to get the special treatment in the form of hardware upgrades.
The flagship will feature 6GB of RAM and a dual-camera, while the Galaxy S9 has been reported to be limited to just 4GB of RAM and a single rear-mounted camera lens. Thanks to the bigger size, the Galaxy S9+ will also be sporting a larger battery which is always a good thing to have in smartphones these days. These phones are also expected to feature improved stereo speakers.
If you will be using your devices for media consumption without attaching the headphones then the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will be able to deliver a great audio experience. From the outside, however, it looks as if things remain relatively unchanged, which is not a bad thing if you are providing compelling value to your loyal band of customers.
We are certain that more and more leaks are going to come through which will be highlighting yet more details of these upcoming smartphones. If you want more information, be sure to read our rumor roundup for additional details.
News Source: Twitter (Evleaks)
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