Evan is claiming that the Galaxy S9 will be the second iteration of this Galaxy S8. Samsung’s rumoured Galaxy S9 has been doing rounds for quite a while and we have come across some interesting facts and figures about this mystical smartphone. The Galaxy S9 will also share the same fate — retain the design of the S8 but have completely new innards.2-inch Infinity Display panels from the present S8 lineup.Both them are rumoured to be running Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 chipset manufactured using the 10nm manufacturing process.Samsung’s next generation flagship offerings are rumoured to be unveiled at CES in Jaunuary 2018. 


They will retain the 5.Another revision that the S9 series will flaunt is the repositioning of the fingerprint scanner. However, Evan Blass — a man who steals the attention of the tech journalism world, has given out some interesting details about these new Samsung offerings.5mm headphone jack.8-inch and 6.(source). Blass says that the fingerprint scanner will still be on the rear but will now be placed under the camera module instead of sitting by the side. Both will sport 64GB of internal storage at least and will give an option for expandable storage. Additionally, the pair of S9 models will also retain the China underfloor heating Manufacturers 3. 


 The pair of S9 models will also retain the 3.Apart from these, Samsung will also introduce a new version of DeX dock that will allow for the phone to be used as a virtual keyboard or touchpad while docked. Even though the leak has been presented by Evan Blass, we should take this with a pinch of salt as there’s still a considerable amount of time before Samsung drops a teaser for their upcoming flagships.5mm headphone jack, thus making them one of the few flagships to sport two separate ports for charging and audio. However, they will have a completely different soul. The S9 will come with 4GB of RAM whereas the S9 + will sport 6GB of RAM. If you recall the similarities between the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S7, the latter was simply an upgraded version of the former, with all the attention being addressed under the hood. The 2017 flagship models were having their fingerprint scanners situated in an odd position beside the camera, making it one of the major complaints on these smartphones