- Renders from Ghostek shows that the smartphone will have 18.5:9 display
- Other rumors show that Samsung Galaxy S9 might be powered by a Snapdragon 845 SoC
- The smartphone may also carry a 6GB of RAM and a Bixby button
For all those who are desperately waiting for the unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ get some idea of the smartphone with this piece of news. As already known that both the smartphones may get released sometime in February 2018, the devices might not have a dual camera setup at the back. This new information has been revealed by Ghostek, a mobile accessories manufacturer, which is taking orders for the rugged waterproof case as a part of its Nautical series.
Last week, even Case renders of the smartphone Galaxy S9+ got listed on Mobilefun’s website, thereby revealing a dual camera setup, but now the listed renders for the Galaxy S9 from Ghostek has turned down this buzz. Even last week accidentally the design of the device got leaked during Samsung music creation app SoundCamp release. Furthermore, the specifications leaked on GeekBench shows that the handset will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and 6GB of RAM.
The renders by Ghostek shows that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will have a18.5:9 display and the smartphone will be retaining the Bixby button from the Galaxy S8 with a thinner bezel. The images of the rear of the case from Ghostek has made it clear that the Galaxy S9 will not be embracing a dual rear camera setup.
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As far as the Ghostek case is considered, it will be providing shockproof, impact, and drop protection to the handset Galaxy S9 and will offer “Touch ID Fingerprint & Face ID Compatible.” Apart from this, the smartphone will definitely be supporting wireless charging just like the other Samsung Galaxy series devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S6. How far all these rumors are true can be revealed only when the smartphone gets released officially. For now, better wait and watch.