The upcoming flagship phones by Samsung are gaining a lot of eyeballs lately. We can agree that the Galaxy S9 and S9+ have been leaked various times and most of the major specs are now known to us. In a recent leak, the RAM and internal storage based variants of both of the phones have surfaced the internet.
The smaller of the two phones, the Galaxy S9, will sport a 4GB RAM with two variants; one with 64GB ROM and another with 128GB internal storage.
The Galaxy S9+ will have a 6GB RAM and four variants based on the ROM. The first variant will have 64GB internal memory, the second will sport a 128GB ROM, the third is likely to have 256GB of internal storage and the fourth will have a massive 512GB ROM. However, the fourth variant will only be available in chosen parts of the world and that too, in a limited stock.
The flagship phones will be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor in the US and China. All the other countries will receive the units running on Samsung’s latest Exonys 9810 processor.
Design wise, the phones will look almost identical to their predecessors with 5.8-inch curved displays and absent bezels along the sides. The phones will feature a higher screen to body ratio, as shown in a previous leak.
The Galaxy S9 will sport a single rear sensor while the S9+ is likely to come with a dual camera setup on the back. The phones will launch in February, during the MWC 2018 and will go on sale in March this year.
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