October 24, 2018

Samsung Galaxy S9 Retail Box Leaked

12 January 2018, 03:44 | Cameron Gross

Samsung Galaxy S9 Retail Box Leaked

Samsung to unveil Galaxy S9 at MWC, not CES

Samsung is expected to unveil its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S9, next month in time for the Mobile World Congress.

We have been hearing rumors that the S9 would have a single 12 megapixel camera and the S9 Plus dual 12 megapixel camera. the box list the handset with a Super Speed Dual Pixel 12MP OIS F1.5/F2.4 camera with Super Slow-Mo.

Those wanting to upgrade to the new Galaxy S9 haven't got long to wait. Now, ahead of the official launch, what is said to be the retail box of the Galaxy S9 has leaked online revealing key specifications of the phone. The rear setup seems similar to what Samsung offered in its W2018 flip phone previous year.

The news emerged through the published post via GizmoChina also points out that the tech company has showcased its first foldable smartphone with fold-in and fold-out designs in the meeting.

We still will have to wait to find out if these specs are indeed true but these leaks should give a fair idea of what we will see from Samsung this year at MWC 2018. Thanks to the leaked retail box, we now know that the device will come with a 5.8-inch form factor and a 5.6-inch display. This rumour also suggests that there will more differences between the regular and the Plus model than just the screen size and dual rear camera setup, as was previously believed.

When Samsung launched the Infinity Display technology on the Galaxy S8, it dropped the physical home button in the front and needed to replace it with a fingerprint scanner. According to them, this is the European Galaxy S9 variant that will hit France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Hungary, Romania, Turkey, and so on. At the bottom, we also have "Earphones tuned by AKG", which coincides with a few reports we've heard thus far. It shows that the handset will come with a 5.8-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display with rounded corners, similar to the last year's Galaxy S8.

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