Just days before Samsung unveils the Galaxy S9, two images of the device have been posted on Twitter. And thanks to a number of previous leaks, it looks exactly as we expected it to look.
The big change this year, according to the images, will be the fingerprint sensor’s placement below the camera. Last year, Samsung inexplicably put the sensor right beside the camera, leading to all sorts of complaints from critics and fans. It’s a small change that will make a big difference.
It’s tough to discern much else from the duo of images. The device boots up! That’s neat.
— SamsungMobile.News (@Samsung_News_) February 21, 2018
According to previous reports, the Galaxy S9 will feature a Snapdragon 845 processor, a 12-megapixel camera with variable aperture, and Android 8.0. Samsung’s Galaxy S8 was incredibly close to being the perfect Android device, and it sounds like the Galaxy S9 will be even better.
Samsung has already confirmed it will introduce the Galaxy S9 at an event this Sunday, so it won’t be long until we have official information. Not that we need it, because the device has been common knowledge for weeks.