The upcoming flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S9 is expected to be unveiled by the South Korean firm at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January 2018. The company has already started mass producing the upcoming smartphone. Ahead of the launch a real life picture of the smartphone has surfaced online.
In the image, we can only view the front panel of the smartphone, which shows that design-wise it is similar to its predecessor as it also feature a tall display with 18:9 aspect ratio and comes with infinity display, but the bottom bezel is much thinner.
Moving on to the leaked configuration, The Samsung Galaxy S9 will rock a smaller 5.77-inch AMOLED display when compared to the Samsung Galaxy S8 duo. It will boast an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 clubbed with Adreno 630GPU. The handset will feature the usual connectivity options like GPS, WiFi, etc.
Recently, the company has developed a graphene battery, which is made of a unique material that enables a 45% increase in capacity and 5 times charging speed than the average Lithium-ion battery. This means that a smartphone battery can be fully charged in 12 minutes and a 60 ℃ can be maintained which greatly improves safety. So the new battery could be added to the upcoming smartphone to increase its power efficiency.
The company is expected to release three three variant of the Samsung Galaxy S9, which will include a 5.77-inch Galaxy S9, 6.2-inch Galaxy S9+, and 5-inch Galaxy S9 mini.