Case manufacturer renders show Samsung Galaxy S9+ design in wild

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Samsung is confirmed to launch their next flagship smartphones in MWC 2018, which is to be held next month at Fira De Barcelona, as we all know Galaxy S9 and S9+. The devices have appeared more than in a dozen of leaks and render images so far. Now, the Galaxy S9+ flagship phablet is leaked in another render; this time seems to be legit as it was published by a Smartphone case manufacturer from Hong Kong.

At a glance, the render came along with the case design shows similarity towards the device images leaked back in past months. Starting from the front, the top and bottom bezels seem to have reduced the width which provides much space for the display panel height. The top bezel is so narrow so that we did even doubt if it could hold all the sensors in position. Front, as well as the rear, is sported with a curved 3D glass like Samsung Galaxy S8. The corners show more resemblance to the Galaxy Note 8, as they are more box-y than curvy. There is a USB Type-C port, speaker and a 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom, as expected. The side metal frame has not changed yet.

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The rear panel of the leaked render looks exactly same as the previous leaks with dual-camera and fingerprint scanner combo. The rear camera lens has not gotten any bumps, but the surface area is humungous. The LED flashlight and heart rate sensor are located aside, and the fingerprint scanner just below the camera for easy access.

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Unlike some of the leaks reported so far, the latest one seems so legit as it comes from a case manufacturer. We have to wait nearly a month to see the Galaxy S9 and S9+ in real life.

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