Samsung Galaxy S9 leaks shows Samsung fixed a serious issue

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus have been leaked in a ll new 360 degree renders. The biggest change we see in the renders is the change in fingerprint sensor location. It has been moved to below the camera instead to the left of it like in the Galaxy S8 and Note8.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus

The design is largely unchanged expect for the fingerprint sensor location and possibly dual camera’s in the Galaxy S9 Plus model. The Bixby button stays for now. Tipster @OnLeaks has shared the leaked renders of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. These are Cad based renders of the device and not the real images. The design is mostly same of that of the Galaxy S8. There is a bezel-less display on the front, which might have slightly thinner bezels compared to last year.

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The renders showing the fingerprint sensor at the back below the camera means, no below the screen fingerprint sensor. A heart-rate sensor and a single-LED flash can also be seen on the right side of the rear camera sensor. The 3.5mm headphone jack remains, that’s a good news.


Separately, Tipster Ice Universe has shared a set of renders showing what are claimed to be the smaller-bezel design Samsung abandoned for the Galaxy S9, alongside the design it is going ahead with, which look similar to the Galaxy S8. The leak also revealed the image of the purported front panels of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, which again show a design similar to the current Galaxy S-Series flagships. Although these are only early cad renders and design may change.

So what do you think about the new Galaxy S9 renders? Let us know in the comments down below!

Lalit Wadhwa

Tech Geek, BlackBerry Lover and a Engineer

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  1. 27th December 2017

    […] Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are the most anticipated smartphones for 2018. The rumours suggest that the phone will launch as early as in the first quarter.  A new report suggests that Samsung has started to order parts and set up the manufacturing units for the mass production will start in January 2018. The report also mentions that a dual camera setup will be reserved for the Galaxy S9+ which is in sync with the previous reports. […]

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