When it comes to Samsung’s flagships, the South Korean tech conglomerate has reportedly been inappropriate at keeping secrets. Hence, we come to know that Samsung‘s most anticipated 2018 flagship smartphones are going to come in a dashing color: the Lilac Purple color! The Samsung Galaxy S9 and its higher sibling will have the color variant. While reports shed lights on the aforementioned statement, tech gurus and fans are awaiting the time Samsung unveils its flagship smartphones.
The reliable tipster, Evan Blass, already posted a couple of renders, some days back. While the render bestowed the front panels of the devices, little did we know about the rear panels! Things get clear now, for Blass has taken it to Twitter yet again and disclosed Galaxy S9 duo renders. From the leak, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are seen sporting the Lilac Purple color. Nevertheless, according to the famous journalist, the smartphones will also appear in other color variants apart from Lilac Purple, such as Midnight Black, Coral Blue variants, and Titanium Gray.
Design wise, the Samsung Galaxy S9 sports a single rear camera paired with an LED flash, reports Gizbot. One can expect the fingerprint scanner to be embedded on the rear panel, right below the camera module. The branding of the smartphone’s name can be seen on the rear panel. Talking of the Samsung Galaxy S9+, it features nearly an identical design as that of the base model. However, the device comes equipped with a dual rear camera, unlike the former device. As per the camera sensors, they are arranged in a verticle manner with an inclusion of the LED flash on the right side.
Leaks so far indicate the Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9+ to feature almost similar design like the predecessors. According to the popular tipsters, the upcoming smartphone will sport a 12MP Sony IMX345 sensor with f/1.4 aperture. The secondary image sensor is unfortunately not been revealed. From the existing reports, the Galaxy S9 duo’s camera will have variable apertures and the lens can be shifted between two apertures. More news will emerge in the future, till then stay tuned to us.