There are high chances that the images we are looking at show what the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ would end up looking like. The popular skin manufacturer dbrand has the Galaxy S9 and S9+ listed on its website along with their full images. The skins for these two upcoming devices are available from pre-order from the dbrand.
Before moving any further, you might want to have a look at the images of the two devices from dbrand. Since there are no other colour options for the phones available yet on the website and the front isn’t clearly visible in black, we have applied a white skin to the front to let you see the bezels clearly.
Samsung Galaxy S9
Samsung Galaxy S9+
In line with the recently leaked press image of the two Samsung flagships, these images from dbrand also confirm their key aspects that we have heard so far. The Galaxy S9 has the single camera unit on the back along with the fingerprint scanner below, making it look similar to the Galaxy A8+ (2018). Apart from this, there are brand markings from Samsung along with the model name.
For the Galaxy S9+, there are two vertically placed cameras that have a fingerprint scanner below them. It looks like Samsung just changed the camera housing on the Galaxy Note 8 and placed it vertically. Nevertheless, the front is strikingly similar to the Galaxy S8 along with the presence of dual front cameras, again like the Galaxy A8+ (2018).
dbrand: where you pay money to customize a phone that hasn’t been announced yet.
— dbrand (@dbrand) January 29, 2018
It is common for the smartphone makers to share the final smartphone designs with the major accessories makers much before the phone is actually announced. We have seen the phones’ design leak earlier too via some case makers and dbrand just joined the list. You can head to this link to have a look at the phones’ design and probably pre-order some skins.
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