A lot of information has been surfacing on the specs and features of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9. A tipster has revealed that the Galaxy S9 duo would be offering a higher screen-to-body ratio than their predecessor.
Earlier in this week, BGR had revealed case renders of the Galaxy S9 made by well-known case maker Ghostek. It is said that the renders show the near-final design of the S9 that were made on the basis of the information revealed by the factory manufacturing the flagship phones by Samsung. The source of the case renders claim that the upper bezel might be slimmer than what was shown in the renders.
Sam Mobile claims that its tipster has revealed that the Galaxy S9 would be offering 6 percent more screen-to-body ratio than the Galaxy S8. The screen-to-body ratio of the Galaxy S8+ is around 84 percent.
Apart from the reduction in the upper bezel, the Galaxy S9’s lower bezel has also been drastically reduced, claims the publication. It states that the bottom bezel will be “non-existent.” Hence, it is speculated that the Galaxy S9 duo may deliver around 90 percent screen-to-body ratio.
The above renders again show that Samsung will not be making drastic change to the design of the S9 as compared to its predecessor. The back panel of the Galaxy S9 can be seen housing a vertically arranged dual camera system with the flash unit and fingerprint sensor placed under it. The Galaxy S9 duo are expected to feature Bixby AI button and 3.5mm audio jack.
Reliable leakster Evan Blass has claimed that the Galaxy S9 will feature 5.8-inch display and 4 GB of RAM whereas the Galaxy S9+ will have a 6.2-inch screen and 6 GB of RAM. Like the S8 duo, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ will have Infinity Display that are curved at the edges. Both phones will feature 64 GB of storage and will be available in Snapdragon 845 and a similarly powerful Exynos chipsets in different markets. Blass has also stated that the Galaxy S9 and S9+ may get showcased at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018 that will be held in January next year.