Official Cases For Samsung’s Galaxy S9/S9+ Leak; Include New Hyperknit Options And Red Colors

Less than a month is left for 2017 to come to an end. And this year’s flagship smartphone cycle is also over. 2017 is a jam packed year for the flagship smartphone world, having seen more upgrades than any previous year. We got 10nm, edge to edge displays and even facial recognition. It will make things very tough for manufacturers next year, with the bar set extremely high. Even as we’re just done with launches, the rumor mill never sleeps. Today, we’ve got some details for next year’s Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+. Take a look below to find out more.

List Of Official Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ Cases Leaked; Two Options For Red Accessories Included As Well

Right now, we’ve got a lot of details for Samsung’s Galaxy S9/S9+. If you’re a company fan and chose to skip the S8 lineup in favor of its successor, you’re in for disappointment. Current information on the rumor mill suggests that the Galaxy S9 and S9+ will be iterative upgrades over their predecessors. Not that we blame Samsung, as mentioned above, 2017’s set a high bar for next year.

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That being said, today we’ve got a leak for Galaxy S9/S9+’s official cases. It features a lot of offerings that launched this year as well, with a couple of notable exceptions. There are also red options for you to choose from, as the relative rarity of the color from smartphones attracts a lot of users to it.

The following cases will launch with the S9 lineup, according to today’s leak:

There’s a new option in the list. Looks like users will get Hyperknit cases for the Galaxy S9/S9+ next year as well. Also, both Hyperknit and Alcanatra offer Red colors, which is a nice addition. Right now, Samsung’s Galaxy S9 lineup will feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 processors alongside a pressure sensitive home button. We might get facial recognition as well, but that’s a big ‘might’. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We’ll keep you updated on the latest.

Source: GalaxyClub

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