Wednesday , December 12 2018 Ausdroid » News » Samsung Galaxy S9 in Midnight Black shows up in the wild

We’re down to the wire and if you haven’t seen the Galaxy S9 by now, there are plenty of high-resolution renders of the phone in all colour variations. If you really need to see it in the wild though, then a couple of shots of the phone have now appeared.

The shots, which are pretty decent quality, appeared on Weibo site LEAKs_Viet_Nam showing the front and back of the Galaxy S9. We can tell this is the Galaxy S9 due to the single camera sensor on the rear, with the larger Galaxy S9+ said to have a dual-sensor according to rumours.

The pictures show the Bixby button below the volume rocker and on the front the full Infinity Display is shown off.

The Galaxy S9 will be announced on February 26th at 4am AEDT with a full stream of the event broadcast on the Samsung YouTube channel. We’ll be there in Barcelona to bring you all the news as it happens.

Source: Cườngmobile.
Via: Weibo.

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