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These renders of the Galaxy S9 would show what we expect: there will be no surprises in design

The images, as you will appreciate, show that Koreans would be very much in charge of maintaining the design of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus models , something that is partly appreciated (the S8 are incredibly attractive) but that may not be liked by those who expected something more of surprise this 2018.

It is true that, as we always notice, you have to take this information with tweezers, but taking into account that they come from nothing less than Evan Blass , there are many possibilities that he is right.

Differences ? There are anyway, quiet. The most noticeable in fact may be at the top of the screen, where you can see a good collection of cameras and sensors that makes us think of a system of unlocking and authentication by facial reading more complex than now. Nor would it be unreasonable to bet that these sensors and camera help the S9 to take selfies frontal portrait with type effects such as Pixel 2 or iPhone X .

Another detail that strikes us is that, although the edges of the screen are virtually non-existent, the image is more noticeable than what is seen in the S8. We would be surprised if Samsung abandons something as characteristic as the curved edge, so we will have to wait until we see new images that confirm or not this.

Luckily we will not have to wait too long to get rid of doubts. Samsung already confirmed yesterday that it will announce its new phone on February 25 , taking advantage of the framework of MWC 2018 . There we will be to tell you everything, neglect.

Written by Tapan Barman

Tapan is a 20 years old and a current college going kid from India who loves to write and read about mobile technology. He covers almost everything but mainly he covers the news section. You can follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

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