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Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9+ Specifications, Improved Iris Scanner

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Samsung latest flagship for 2018 will be coming really soon so, there are lots of leaks and news about Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ out there in the market. A Dutch site “Techtastic” claims to have got hold of the back panel of new Samsung Galaxy S9. The photo, uploaded on Monday, shows cutouts for a single-camera setup on the rear of the smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9+ Main Specifications

Samsung Galaxy S9 & s9+ Leaks
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Or there is huge possibility that Samsung is also working on Face recognition and they put dual camera setup on back. But there is also a possibility that fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy S9 also seems to have shifted to the bottom of the rear camera module.

Also See: Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Recent reports about the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ include anticipation of an improved iris scanner and the expected use of a next-gen substrate like PCB technology on the upcoming flagship smartphones.

Yet another report from a Chinese site suggests that we might get an upgraded battery capacity on the Galaxy S9, compared to last year. According to this report, the Galaxy S9 will sport a 3200mAh battery.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Back

Which is 200mAh more than the 3000mAh battery we saw on this year’s Galaxy S8. There is currently no update on the battery capacity of the Galaxy S9+. Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 is expected to offer fast charging support on the upcoming phones.

For Processor, as we all know there are two variants of Samsung Galaxy S9 one with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 and the second one is Exynos. There are also claims that trial production of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ is expected to begin soon with mass production starting in January next year. Bloomberg report mentions that the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ might be slated for a late February launch, with the two variants releasing in March next year.

Source Techtastic Gadget.NDTV

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