Samsung are set to make a big splash at MWC this year when they are rumoured to be announcing their new flagships, the Galaxy S9 and the S9+. We have seen various details of it leak and today we have seen some decent close up images of it.
Via Chinese social media site, Weibo, images of the upcoming Galaxy S9+ have appeared, showing much of the device, and it looks to be a beauty. The images show the dual camera with the fingerprint sensor still very close to it, but at least is below it this time which should lead to a more consistent unlock method.
The phone can be seen in two colours — let’s call them HTC Blue and Gold. We can see the camera interface as well as the home screen, showing a typical Samsung interface. Not surprisingly there also appears to be the now ever-present Bixby button — unfortunately it seems that is going nowhere.
The phone itself in my opinion is a good looking phone and if this truly is the final product and not a pre-production prototype, Samsung could well have yet another hit on their hands.
We will be on the ground in Barcelona to check it out when it is announced and will give you all the Australian details as soon as they are available.