Samsung Galaxy S9+ Surfaces Yet Again With Dazzling New Cases

If there is one device which has been at the receiving end of all the leaks and rumors possible, it is probably that the Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ duo will take the cake, Only days earlier, we had informed you how some new cases were leaked which showed off all the design details of the phones. Now, we have some more cases that have been leaked, only this time some extremely colorful ones.

First reported by GizmoChina, the new cases also showcase some important features of the upcoming Galaxy flagship duo. This time, it is the turn of the Samsung Galaxy S9+ to receive these leaks. The Galaxy S9+ is clearly the larger variant of the duo and is set to have a slightly larger display while also having a bigger and a better battery. Unlike this year’s Samsung Galaxy S8+, the differentiating factors between the Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy S9 do not end here, however.

Samsung Galaxy S9+
The new colorful Samsung Galaxy S9+

As noted and reported by us earlier, the new Galaxy S9+ features a dual rear camera setup; however, this time, these two camera lenses are seen to be positioned vertically and not in a horizontal manner, a throwback to the Galaxy Note 8. On the other hand, the Galaxy S9, as we have reported earlier, may feature a single rear camera, which means that Samsung too is focusing on the front side cameras.

Also, the dual camera arrangement on the Galaxy S9+ is accompanied by the LED flash as well as the heart rate monitor. We could also make out a fingerprint sensor located just below the camera module. Many Samsung fans will now appreciate the fingerprint sensors’ new position as the previous one was rather tough without also smudging the camera lens.On this phone, the index finger will naturally rest on the sensor avoiding any smudges. Neat!

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