The Galaxy S9 is, as you probably already know, Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone, and the front panel of the device has just surfaced. The Galaxy S9 and its ‘Plus’ sibling are expected to arrive in the first half of this year, and if you take a look at the provided image above, you will be able to see the phone’s alleged front panel. If this image is accurate, the Galaxy S9 will resemble its predecessor quite a bit, and chances are that the leak is accurate, as it goes in line with some previous leaks that we’ve seen.
The bezels on the Galaxy S9 are expected to be ever so slightly thinner than on the Galaxy S8, and as you can see, the phone’s display will be curved once again, and the display corners will be rounded. The Samsung Galaxy S9 had surfaced a couple of times thus far, and the latest render that leaked actually showed off a rather realistic portrayal of the phone, it’s even possible that is the final design of the company’s upcoming flagship. The Galaxy S9 will sport a right-facing power / lock button, while the volume up, volume down and Bixby buttons will sit on the left-hand side of the device. The phone will be made out of metal and glass, while it will ship with a rear-facing fingerprint scanner, which will sit below the rear-facing camera(s) this time around. The Galaxy S9 is actually expected to ship with a single camera on the back, while the Galaxy S9 Plus will sport two cameras back there, at least according to some previous leaks and rumors. Samsung’s logo will be placed on the back of the phone as well, and the device is expected to retain a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 will probably arrive in two SoC variants, one variant of the phone will be fueled by the Snapdragon 845, while the other one will arrive with Samsung’s brand new Exynos flagship SoC. The Galaxy S9 will offer 4GB or 6GB of RAM on the inside, we’re still not sure, while chances are that its camera will sport an f/1.6 aperture, but we’re only guessing at the moment. Android Oreo will come pre-installed on the device, while on top of it you’ll get Samsung’s custom UI, of course.