Samsung intends to show off the Galaxy S9/S9+ at the CES show in January, states a new report originating from a reliable leakster. The report cites an unnamed official who seems to be well aware of the smartphone giants plans. The report comes coincides with we’ve been frequently hearing of an early release of the company’s next flagships. However, it is also stated that Samsung is in no mood to scrap an exclusive March launch event for the flagship duo.
Other juicy info regarding specs of the two handsets has also leaked alongside this new piece of info. You’ll not be delighted to hear that Samsung is not planning ay design changes at least to the display. However, unlike this year both the two twins will have much more differences between them than just size.
For one, the S9+ will have more RAM (6 GB), it will also host a dual camera, unlike the S9. However, Samsung plans to make amends with its annoying fingerprint placement next year. Both the Galaxy S9 duo will see a vertical camera placement followed by a biometric sensor, the report states. A new thing that we haven’t heard earlier is the report of stereo speakers. Apparently, Samsung will endow its coveted line with AKG stereo speakers.
Further, the duo codenames Star 1 and Star 2 internally will get a redesigned DeX dock. This dock will be backwards compatible and allow the phone to lay flat as opposed to the standing stance with current models.