Exclusive finding: Samsung Galaxy S9+ leaks in another video; this time with screen on

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Samsung’s upcoming flagship devices, i.e., Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are the most trending topics nowadays. The device details and images are leaking from many sources, and we have already known the entire design of the smartphone. We have recently seen a video with Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ hands-on, in two colours. Today, we have exclusively received another video of Samsung Galaxy S9+, showing off the display on.

Concerning the latest leak, the Samsung Galaxy S9 will have the design which we were witnessing for weeks so far. There are two colour variants shows in the video: Black and Gold. The rear dual camera sensors are mounted vertically and do not actually consume much space like Samsung Galaxy Note 8 rear camera. The smartphone form factor resembles the previous flagships and having 3D glasses on front and back (curved edges). The fingerprint scanner is confirmed to be under the primary camera department. So we will not be seeing an under-display fingerprint scanner for this time, at least.

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At a glance, the smartphone reminds us of the Galaxy Note 8 phablet launched late last year. The edges seemed to have reduced the fluctuant feel and became more box-y. The User Interface of the smartphone looks familiar, as the TouchWiz will have only minor changes in UI elements. The App drawer shown in the video is quite same as old. Talking about the On-screen navigational buttons; this time too they retained the same design.  The control buttons on the side metal frame are in same old position, including the Bixby activate button on the left edge.

Even though the leaked device looks somehow different from the Galaxy S8, we cannot say how legit the leak is. Anyways, this one is entirely different from several leaked videos spread a little while ago. We will come back soon with another update regarding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones. Stay tuned!

 

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