A new 360-degree render of the Samsung Galaxy S9+ has shown off the device in its full glory. While we have previously received reports of renders pertaining to the Galaxy S9, and we have filed that report earlier, the Samsung Galaxy S9+ is definitely one of the most eagerly anticipated flagship devices and it is possibly bigger than the Samsung Galaxy S9. The new renders have also shown off the single rear camera in line with a report we filed yesterday.
The news that the device’s render had appeared had first been announced by MySmartPrice. It shows off the device in a very high quality. The render also confirms one thing that we had long suspected: that the only difference between the two phones is the size. The Samsung Galaxy S9+ also boasts a similarly positioned and easily identifiable rear-mounted fingerprint sensor which we have also seen on the Galaxy S9.
Both the devices also have the same Snapdragon 845 SoC which is manufactured. While the Galaxy S9+ is said to host a great 6.1-inch display, the current generation Samsung Galaxy S8+, which is the immediate predecessor, has a relatively large 6.2-inch display. The upcoming flagship measurements also have now been indicated: 157.7 x 73.8 x 8.5 mm. The existing device measures slightly more: 159.5 x 73.4. x 8.1 mm. This is why it is also slightly wider and thicker. While this also makes the Galaxy S0+ a likely contender of receiving a bigger battery, this is something that only time will tell.
We also spotted the thin bezels that have been a hallmark of the Samsung Galaxy S8 duo as well. We also know that the devices may have rapidly improved iris scanning features, making them almost impossible to fool. besides, the Samsung Galaxy S9+ will also have the same Bixby button and the physical 3.5mm audio jack. Stay tuned for more updates.