- Samsung, SM-G960F and SM-G9650 models found on HTML5 test site
- Not much revealed about the specifications of the smartphones
- Screen size of both models shown on HTML5 website similar to Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+
Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus+ are back in news. The appearance of two models SM-G960F and SM-G9650 on the website of HTML5 Test has generated a curiosity among the users that the devices could be the Galaxy S9 and S9+. Interestingly, nothing much has been revealed on the website related to the specifications, but the screen size, which could help in knowing the aspect ratio, mentioned on the website is similar to Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. The aspect ratio is inferred to be 18.5:9 for both the models, which has been seen on Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and Galaxy A8 (2018).
Furthermore, this week itself, the rear and front sides of the Galaxy S9 had made it online, which shows a similarity in the display of Galaxy S9 with the Galaxy S8. Although, one could remark the difference in bezels. Interestingly, a report by Bloomberg has also indicated that the Galaxy S9 duo might get released in late February 2018 and will go on sale in March. with availability in March.
As highlighted on the HTML Test website the “screen size” of the SM-G960F, which is rumored to be Galaxy S9 is 360×740 pixels, on the other hand the SM-G9650 model, which is expected to be the Galaxy S9+ carries a “screen size” of 412×846 pixels. These are definitely not an actual resolution of the handsets, but can point out clearly which Samsung smartphone it could belong to. Strikingly, the HTML5 test also indicates that both the devices will run on out of the box Android 8.0 Oreo.
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Also, the HTML5 benchmark test has pointed out that Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus support are not available on both the variants. out of the box. The benchmark test also mentions that there is no Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus support on the two variants. This listing on the HTML5 test got spotted by Android Headlines and now has created an anticipation among the users.