By the amount of leaks and renders containing the design of Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus and even a report of total battery capacity, it’s turning to be a little hard to believe that the handset will appear only in late February 2018.
Few days ago we got an alleged leaked picture showing the front panels of both Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, if those referred pictures wasn’t enough to satisfy your wish for more leaks from the South-Korean manufacturer kings, then you get covered by another leak.
The leak once again reveal the display of the two upcoming Samsung flagships. Both handsets sports slimmer bezels than its predecessor, confirming previous rumors of a improved screen-to-body ratio for the S9 family, probably reaching 90 percent.
The panel also show us a total of 6 cuts in the top bezel, that probably are going to fit the front camera, iris scanner, earpiece and light, hall and proximity sensors.
As mentioned before both Galaxy S9 and S9+ are expected to be unveiled during MWC 2018, arriving for the consumers in March. However considering the speed and amount of leaks running around the web, we won’t be surprise if Samsung decide to show the handset a little earlier than expected.