Though leaks many a times turned out to be false alarms, this latest piece of information have come from two very reputable leakers. The sources also gave a caveat to assure readers that the exclusive renders they shared online are the most accurate in a sea of what seems like baseless rumors and speculations about Samsung's upcoming smartphones.
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Ice Universe, which incidentally first delivered the real world pictures of Galaxy S8, has tweeted that the South Korean company has killed a radical new design of upcoming S9 after it failed the internal test of the company. On the other hand, the Galaxy S9+ is having dimensions 157.7 x 73.8 x 8.5 mm with the screen said to measure 6.1-inch diagonally, which is 0.1-inch smaller than the S8+.
The Galaxy S9 was expected to come with upgrades in the form of thinner bezels and a dual rear camera setup.
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From the front, the S8 and S9 will be almost indistinguishable at a glance, but Samsung is supposedly going to make a few significant changes to the rear panel. Unlike the iPhone X though, the back camera module is positioned somewhere between the back of the device instead of the upper left corner.
Samsung fans will know whether or not the Galaxy S9 will be a boring update to the Galaxy S8 once the smartphone is unveiled early next year. However, on the rear panel we can see it has a single camera sensor with a fingerprint scanner below it, arranged in a vertical strip.
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What do you think of these renders?