As the end of the year approaches, we are getting to know more details about the next Samsung range top, a terminal that would inherit the design of the current Samsung Galaxy s8, incorporating some slight differences that improve the final appearance of the phone.
Now, the design of the Samsung Galaxy S9 is seen in a new scheme, leaving more doubts than certainties.
A few minutes ago SlashLeaks filtered what may be the design of the Samsung Galaxy S8 as the phone reaches the stores in the first quarter of next year. In it, we see a curved design with Infinity screen more than similar to the current flagship of the brand, although with frames even thinner than in the current generation of phones.
But the reduction of the frames, is not the main novelty of the Samsung Galaxy S9, as demonstrated by these phone schemes that, in addition to this feature, show a double camera on the rear panel. To this is added the presence, also in this profile of the phone, of the fingerprint sensor, as we anticipated months ago.
Doubts in the design of the Samsung Galaxy S9
The presence of this dual camera inherited directly from the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, is perhaps the most jarring point of the design of the Samsung Galaxy S9. We have already heard before that the double camera can be one of the defining elements of the Note range, in addition to the larger screen size, and everything seems to point to the next top of the range of the Korean manufacturer would continue to opt for a single lens in the part back
— Steve H. (@OnLeaks) November 13, 2017
Perhaps this reason is the one that has led @OnLeaks to doubt the final appearance of the Samsung Galaxy S9 that we can see in these schemes.
I’m not 100% sure, but for your information, according to one of my most reliable sources, the Samsung Galaxy S9 that appears in these images is very likely to be false or, at least, inaccurate …
As often happens with this type of rumors and leaks, it is best to wait until, as the launch of the mobile phone approaches, we begin to see the terminal in all its splendor, confirming or eroding some of the speculations about the design of the Samsung Galaxy S9.