Based on what we already know, Samsung will announce the Galaxy S9-series within a couple of weeks from now. As we are nearing the launch, the frequency of leaks has gone up by a significant number. With the most recent one, we are looking at a new image of the Galaxy S9+. The image reveals only the upper half of the phone from the front and it doesn’t bring anything new to the table.
The image has been provided by Ice Universe on Twitter, which has been involved in similar leaks in the recent past, too. The leaker claims that the image is of the Galaxy S9+, but at a glance, the device seems to have more in common with Galaxy S8+ than Galaxy S9+. Evan Blass, better known by his Twitter handle @evleaks, had also revealed a bunch of images of the Galaxy S9-series and they looked much more reliable.
Galaxy S9+ pic.twitter.com/aXCncPqhcB
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) 11 February 2018
Just in case the tweet above isn’t visible, here is the image:
Moreover, the image isn’t clear, and the top bezel is all smudged out, the area this image apparently focuses on. The wallpaper has also been photoshopped as an added layer with weird white sides to depict a natural shine of the glass’ curve. Nevertheless, the image doesn’t add any new piece of information to what we already know about the Galaxy S9 duo.
Apart from these images, dbrand had also leaked the final design of the two phones when it made the phone’s skin available for pre-orders. The promotional camera samples of the 2018 flagship from Samsung had also leaked quite recently along with the details of the AI chip Samsung will be incorporating inside its flagships. As per the previously available information, the two phones will be announced a day before MWC 2018 and will go on sale by mid-March.