Samsung is pretty bad at keeping secrets, especially when it comes to its flagship smartphones. A few days back, reliable tipster Evan Blass had posted a render said to be of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. The render showed the front panel of the smartphones, revealing their design. However, we didn't get to take a peek at their rear panels.
Well, Evan Blass is back again with another render of the Galaxy S9 duo. Unlike the previous picture, the latest leak shows the smartphones from various angles. Both the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are sporting a Lilac Purple color, but the tipster says the smartphones will come in other color options as well. Other than the Lilac Purple, there will be Midnight Black, Titanium Gray and Coral Blue variants.
Talking about the design part, the Galaxy S9 is shown to feature a single rear camera accompanied by an LED flash. The fingerprint scanner is placed just below the camera module. You can also see the branding and the smartphone's name at the back.
The rear panel of the Galaxy S9+ looks nearly identical to that of the Galaxy S9. That being said, the former is equipped with a dual camera setup at the back. The camera sensors are arranged vertically, with an LED flash on the right.
Coming to the front part, the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ don't have much differences with their predecessors in terms of design. Of course, the bezels are slimmer now, but all in all they look pretty familiar.
In a separate leak, new details regarding the Samsung Galaxy S9+ have come up. According to the popular tipster @MMDDJ, the upcoming smartphone will feature a 12MP Sony IMX345 sensor with an aperture size of f/1.4 aperture.
Unfortunately, the tipster doesn't reveal the secondary image sensor that will be present on the device. Existing reports suggest that the Galaxy S9 duo's camera will have variable aperture where the lens can be shifted between two difference apertures.
With just a few weeks left for the Galaxy S9 series launch, we expect more leaks centering the smartphones to emerge in the coming days. So by the time the smartphones get officially unveiled, we would know almost everything about them.