The schematic shows Galaxy S9 might have a single camera setup, while the Galaxy S9+ is expected to sport a dual camera module.
While Samsung is gearing up to launch its upcoming flagship phone — Galaxy S9 series at MWC 2018 on 25 February, a new report suggests that the Galaxy s9 might have a single rear camera setup with a repositioned fingerprint sensor below it. Talking about the Galaxy S9+, it seems to have a dual camera setup along with fingerprint sensor placed underneath the camera lens.
The schematics of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ have been posted on Twitter by Slashleaks contributor Zyad Atef. The schematics give hint that the S9 and S9+ might come with minimum bezels on the right sides of the screen. It also shows a front camera sensor and earpiece located on the top. If rumours are to be believed, it seems like both the phones will be marginally different from the Galaxy S8 line-up.
The latest report claims that the Galaxy S9 could sport a 5.8-inch display, while the S9+ could sport a 6.2-inch display. Both are speculated to launch with an 18:9:5 HDR display. Both the phones are expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 845 processor, coupled with 6GB RAM. The Galaxy S9 and S9+ could have customed Android 8.0 Oreo and might end up having 512GB storage.
The Galaxy S9 will be backed by a 3000mAh battery, while the Galaxy S9+ will draw its power from a 3500mAh cell. The major highlight of the Galaxy S9 lineup will apparently be “reimagined” camera, as hinted from the recently released teaser of the flagship devices.
The Galaxy S9+ might sport dual 12MP cameras along with f/1.5 and f/2.4 aperture. The Galaxy S9 meanwhile, could sport a 12MP rear sensor and f/1.5 variable aperture lens up to f/2.4. Both the phones will feature 8MP front shooters along with an iris scanner. The smartphones is rumoured to be available in two colour variants at launch – Grey and Orchid Silver.
Furthermore, the South Korean giant will launch the Galaxy S9 and S9+ on February 25 at the Mobile World Congress.