Renders By Case Manufacturer Provide Early Look Into Galaxy S9's Design


A new report today provides more concrete details, especially regarding the camera system, and a possible earlier announcement.

BGR has published some renders from a reliable source. Now, we're getting a good glimpse at what that Galaxy S9 could look thanks to renders for a third-party case that is destined for the smartphone.

There's obviously no reason to radically change a winning flagship design... two years in a row, but the Galaxy S8 and Note 8 hardly look flawless, so a couple of important refinements are still to be expected with Samsung's "next big thing". That said, there will be some minor changes here and there though.

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The Samsung Galaxy S8 has a 12mp camera, infinity display and high quality sound. And the dual camera will likely be vertically aligned rather than horizontally aligned. While the company has kept both the smaller and bigger models close when it comes to specifications and features, making only the display size the differentiator between the two, that apparently won't be the case next year. Sadly, it is still the rectangularly shaped scanner, and not the circle shaped one seen on the smartphones such as the Google Pixel 2, OnePlus 5T, etc. The expectation is that they will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor under the hood, based on a 10-nanometer fabrication technique, and that some models will have a similarly-designed Exynos processor instead.

It will also only feature 4GB of RAM versus 6GB on the larger unit.

That's the deal, but what about the Samsung Galaxy S8?