Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus 3D render has also published in the video that indicates a 6.2-inch display and dimensions of 157.7 x 73.8 x 8.5mm. Unlike the Galaxy S9, the Plus variant has a dual rear camera setup and should integrate 6GB of RAM.
An alleged Samsung Galaxy S9 3D renders have surfaced, giving us a sneak peek at what the upcoming smartphone could look like. Courtesy of a case maker, OnLeaks has shared Samsung Galaxy S9 3D render video on YouTube.
The 3D renders confirm the remarkable similarity to the current Galaxy S8 except on the back where it has a fingerprint sensor is visible below the single camera module (dual camera on Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus version).
The dimensions should be 147.6 x 68.7 x 8.4mm. Contrary to what has been said up to now, the lower frame should be only 0.1mm less wide than that of S8. This aspect also seems to be confirmed by statements made by an insider in China, which states that Samsung has discarded a previous prototype equipped with very thin frames, able to offer a surface/screen ratio of 90%, in favor of a design that offers a ratio (85%) much closer to that of S8 (83%). Below are the Samsung Galaxy S9 3D renders that show the difference.
Samsung Galaxy S9 is expected to launch early next year, the South Korean giant is making sure to leave no stones unturned. The iris scanner, one of Samsung’s popular biometric security features, is rumored to be getting an upgrade with the S9.
The iris scanner of the Samsung Galaxy S9 will be improved to better recognize users’ eyes, a big step towards secure biometric verification in banking and other transactions. An iris scanner differentiates users by verifying the iris in your eyes, with the complex patterns in each iris supposedly giving it a unique identity, according to a report by The Korea Herald.
“Iris scanner is the safest biometric authentication (among iris, fingerprint and face recognition) and we will continue to improve the system for upcoming smartphones for safer banking transactions,” a Samsung spokesperson told The Korea Herald.
The South Korean company will unveil the Galaxy S9 sometime around Mobile World Congress – MWC 2018 in late February to grab maximum eyeballs of the smartphone market.