We’ve been overwhelmed with the number of leaks and rumours of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ and people have been eagerly waiting for them since there was a speculation about it launching at the MWC 2018 event which will be held in Barcelona in the month of February. With the rumoured launch just weeks away, here we are with yet another news about the pair. The latest update includes both the phone spotted listed on a Chinese certification site 3C. The listing shows us that both the phones will be retaining the fast charging options from their previous flagships.
The folks at DealnTech spotted the listing of the Galaxy S9 and S9+ on the 3C certification website. The Galaxy pair were spotted with the model numbers SM-G9600, SM-G9608 and SM-G9650. According to the listing (image included below), all the aforementioned models will come with fast charging 9.0V output at 1.67A (15W) and the standard charging at 5.0V at 2.0A (10W). Also, the listing shows us that the there models have a DS label which points to a dual-SIM device.
Going by the rumours, the Galaxy S9 pair will be packing the same battery which was seen on the Samsung Galaxy S8+ last year. The 3500mAh battery is more than enough for this powerhouse. Under the hood, both the smartphones may be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset, which will be much more power efficient than its predecessor. Also, the Galaxy S9+ is expected to sport a dual-camera setup, finally. The Korean company didn’t include the dual cameras on the yesteryear’s S-series flagship instead they housed the setup on the recently launched Galaxy Note 8.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are expected to launch on February 26 and the pre-orders should be starting on March 3, according to the famous tipster Evan Blass. We shall keep you updated with the latest information available about the Galaxy S9 duo.
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