A little more than a week after we got our first good look at the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+, even more images of the upcoming Android flagships have leaked.
New renders that show the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in Lilac Purple have been shared by Evan Blass. In addition to giving us a peek at a new GS9 color, these images also show the backs and sides of both phones.
Just as rumored, the Galaxy S9+ features a dual rear camera setup while the Galaxy S9 has a single rear camera. These images also confirm that the Galaxy S9 and S9+’s rear fingerprint readers will be placed below their rear cameras rather than to the right of the rear camera like on the GS8 and GS8+.
Samsung will officially reveal the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ on February 25, and it’s expected that both phones will go on sale March 16. Considering how hyped up these two phones are, though, it’s likely that this won’t be the last time we see them before their February 25 announcement.
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Another day, another leak of Samsung’s Galaxy S9. Today’s images, courtesy of the ever-reliable Evan Blass, show off a sweet new color for the Galaxy series: “Lilac Purple.” The phone will also come in Midnight Black, Titanium Gray, and Coral Blue. …in Lilac Purple. pic.twitter.com/p506mqDci4 — Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 5, 2018 Unfortunately, it also confirms the fact that only the S9+ will have dual cameras. As I’ve written before, that’s real shame; Samsung’s flagships were pretty much the only devices that came with identical specs in both the plus and regular sizes. All that being said, the leak doesn’t…
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Itching to get another look at the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+? Thanks to the rumor mill, you won’t have to wait until February 25 to get it. New images of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ have leaked out. These renders show off both the front and back of the phones as well as their sides, giving us a much better idea of what Samsung’s next flagship phones will look like. …in Lilac … [read full article]
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Samsung will make the Galaxy S9 and S9+ official at a special event in Barcelona on February 25, and as we get ever closer to that date leaks about these two handsets are starting to pour in. Right now we can show you leaked press renders of both the S9 and the S9+ in Lilac Purple, an intriguing color version for the duo, which was hinted at in a video a few days ago. This is just one of four main hues that Samsung is preparing (there may be other limited editions as well). Expect to also see the S9 and S9+ in Midnight Black, Titanium Gray, and Coral Blue – though not all markets may get…
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We know a decent amount of information about the upcoming Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ by now, though we hadn’t seen full press renders of either phone – that is, until now. Evan Blass has just posted images of both the S9 and S9+ in an eye-catching Lilac Purple color. More interestingly than the color, the rumors of the single camera on the S9 and the dual cameras on the S9+ have been confirmed.
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The folks over at Mobile Fun have posted a video taking a close look at the official Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ cases. These cases are identical to the current Galaxy S8 and S8+ flip cases (sometimes called “S-View standing cover”) with the only difference being the name of the smartphone on the packaging and, of course, the placement of the cameras and fingerprint sensor. The case is so similar, in fact, that the host of the video put the S8 into the case and found that it was almost an exact fit, so we can expect the S9 and S9+ to be identical in size and button placement as their…
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