Galaxy S9 Reveal Reportedly Scheduled For CES 2018

Allan Goodman
November 23, 2017

Samsung is rumored to introduce its Galaxy S9 flagship smartphone early next year, and VentureBeat claims the device might go public as soon as January. For the first time, we're able to get a sneak peek of what exactly the phone might look like, as well as a confirmation that the phone's development is well underway.

Apparently codenamed Star 1 and Star 2, the Samsung Galaxy S9 (model number SM-G960) and Galaxy S9+ (model number SM-G965) should sport Super AMOLED Infinity screens similar to those seen on the Galaxy S8 and S8+: 5.8 inches and 6.2 inches, respectively.

While you might not see any incredible deals on the iPhone X, chances are there will be some better than usual offers, and some good deals on the Samsung S8 and the newly released Google Pixel 2. But the presence of two camera sensors on the next Galaxy smartphone would make a close competitor against the iPhone X that that released in September with a vertically-aligned twin camera setup. This, of course, is a big departure from the Galaxy S8/Galaxy S8+, which features a single rear camera.

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Additionally, the S9s will reportedly back Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processors and a new Exynos chip in other parts of the world. The only major flaw with the Galaxy S8 design is the fingerprint sensor placement, but going by these renders, Samsung is addressing this issue.

The Galaxy S9+ will boast 6GB of RAM compared to the 4GB expected on the Galaxy S9.

We should also mention that the case renders confirm that in addition to the requisite USB-C port, the Galaxy S9 retains the 3.5mm headphone jack.

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