Since the first rumors regarding the Galaxy S9 series started to appear, we’ve been discussing if the handset will either support or not a dual-camera setup. It’s definitively a new trend and would be natural to see the world’s top smartphone manufacturer to place two cameras on their king, but seems that will not be the case, at least not completely.
According to a report coming from known leakers Olixar and MobileFun, who already leaked previous Galaxy S models in the past, the only handset sporting a pair of cameras in the rear will be the bigger Galaxy S9 Plus. Knowing that pictures are better than words, Olixar brings a set of renders of transparent cases covering the big phablet.
The new differentiation between the two variants of Galaxy S9 will seem like a interesting step from previous models, considering that both Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus packed the same setup of specs with main differences resting in screen size and battery.
Apparently this new change will come to confirm earlier rumors of Samsung wanting three different lines of flagships and not just the S and Note division. However we are curious to see if the South-Korean decision to put a dual camera on S9+ back will also justify a price increase in the handset.
According to the leaker Olixar, the company will announce the two handsets by the mid of February 2018, and sales will start by the end of month or early in March 2018. With the amount of leaks and details about the two handsets appearing every day we wonder if Samsung will still have something to unveil two months ahead.