We’re quickly approaching the Feb 25 announcement date of the Galaxy S9 and S9 plus, and as we inch closer, leaks are still pouring in. Just recently, we saw the Galaxy S9 leaked in 360-degrees HD video with curved edges, and now Samsung has sort of officially confirmed the existence of the Galaxy S9 and S9 plus. While it hasn’t specifically mentioned the Galaxy S9, Samsung Germany has now published a tech support page a product listed as SM-G960F/DS.
While the SM-G960F/DS is currently not officially associated with any device, the code SM-G960F/DS which appeared earlier on Samsung China’s website has in the recent past been linked with a Galaxy S9 variant. Other than the model number, the support page didn’t reveal anything else except that there would be dual-SIM variant of the device. The dual-SIM variant of the Galaxy S9 should be able to accept two SIM cards with a dedicated memory slot, and not the hybrid SIM slot which is more rampant these days.
What is however not clear is whether Samsung will release a dual sim variant of the plus-sized Galaxy S9, Whatever be the case, the dual sim variants would most likely be unveiled alongside the regular variants whose announcement will take place a day before the MWC kicks off.
For more on what to expect of the Galaxy S9, we’ll leave a link to the original render which revealed a lot about the device.