By now, we know a fair bit about what the Galaxy S9 and S9+ might look like. Samsung is said to announce these new flagships in February next year, and they will most likely look exactly like the current S8 models.
The Galaxy S8 and S8+ offer two different screen sizes and battery capacities, but are exactly the same internally. They both feature the same processor, same amount of RAM, the same camera, and more. But that may not be the case with the S9 and S9+. According to a new report, there will be more different between the two, than just display sizes.
As per all the past rumors and reports, it is believed that the Galaxy S9 and S9+ will feature the same 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch Infinity displays found on the current S8 and S8+. As for the processor, the new phones will most likely include the Snapdragon 845 or Exynos 9810 chipset, depending on the region. But that’s where the similarities will end.
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The new report states that the Galaxy S9+ would get more features than the S9 model. It will include a second camera at the back, and 6GB of RAM. The smaller S9 would only have a single camera at the back, and include 4GB of RAM. So basically, Samsung is giving more power to the larger ‘+‘ model.
Samsung will very likely retain the headphone jack on both the devices, and continue to include a microSD expansion slot. The fingerprint sensor would be placed in a more sensible arrangement below the camera, and the phones may include AKG powered stereo speakers.
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It is also being reported that Samsung may announce a new DeX docking station that would provide backward compatibility. As mentioned earlier, the South Korean manufacturer will take wraps off the new phones before MWC 2018, and make it available for purchase a little earlier than last time.