Best Look at Samsung Galaxy S9’s Confirmed Design through Live Testing Video

It is no secret that Samsung is gearing up to announce the Samsung Galaxy S9 (alongside its bigger brother) at Galaxy Unpacked event on February 25. The new addition to the Korean tech conglomerate’s famed flagship line up has a lot to prove this time around. As far as S series devices are concerned, we only know that its popularity is margined to infinity, but Samsung has to attempt making it even impressive, for battery woes is very delicate when it comes to the South Korean tech giant Note devices.

Samsung Galaxy S9 and its larger sibling Galaxy S9+ are set to be one of the most important launches at the (MWC) Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year next month. Leaks nevertheless have not been lacking to keep the devices’ hype the alive, and we recently saw both the S series smartphones clear the 3C certification. While we apparently have received a fair round of leaks concerning the next generation S series devices, a leaked video has surfaced on Chinese microblogging site, Weibo. Which gives us a confirmed design aesthetics of Samsung Galaxy S9.

Samsung Galaxy S9
Samsung Galaxy S9 leaked ahead of February 25 launch via live testing video

The video posted on Weibo suggests the touch sensitivity of the device, reports Gizbot. A test has been carried forward on the alleged Samsung Galaxy S9 device along with a screen protector. The 10 seconds long clip, however, doesn’t give added information, but it definitely holds the confirmation of the device to be none other than a Samsung smartphone.

Earlier our report suggested that Samsung Galaxy S9 will have a single camera, while its bigger sibling: the Galaxy S9+, is expected to arrive with a dual rear camera module. Both Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will be able to shoot pure and full HD super slow-motion videos at 480fps. Also, the base model will come as inexpensive as possible in the Chinese market, which we had reported a couple of days ago. So, if you are on a contrary of buying either the Samsung Galaxy S9 or the S9+, do share this space for more feature updates!

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