Design of the Galaxy S9 in videoWell, that graphic material has been the basis for the edition of the two videos attached below. In both, you can see the design of both the Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Samsung Galaxy S9 + at 360 degrees. All based on the information available, we repeat, with special emphasis on CAD design plans. As for the first video shows, the design of the Galaxy S9, it is seen how the lines of the model do not differ greatly with respect to the front appearance of the Samsung Galaxy S8. Yes, the filtration echoes the possible dimensions of the Galaxy S9 set at 147.6 x 68.7 x 8.4 mm. If these are confirmed, they contrast with the 148.9 x 68.1 x 8 millimeters of the Galaxy S8. One of the consequences of this modification could be the adoption of a slightly smaller screen. [embed]https://youtu.be/HsKSWulgeQs[/embed]
Galaxy S9 screen is slightly smallerThe filtration suggests that the diagonal of the infinity type display would be established at 5.65 inches compared to the current 5.8 inches of the S8. However, @OnLeaks clarifies that this data is susceptible to doubts since the degree of curvature of the corners greatly affects this magnitude. Another aspect that portrays the video with the Galaxy S9 design refers to the controversial issue for months. As a rule, one of the most widespread complaints about the Samsung Galaxy S8 was an uncomfortable position of the sensor. In the next generation of the smartphone, regardless of the discussion about whether the model will integrate the sensor under the screen (something unlikely, for now), the latest leaks, including this video, show that the fingerprint sensor of the Samsung Galaxy S9 will be positioned below the rear camera.
Galaxy S9+ and their differencesAs you yourselves can appreciate, the video that shows the supposed design of the Samsung Galaxy S9+ is almost identical to the S9. However, the highlight of it is that it reflects what will be some of the differences compared to its range brother.
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