Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus leaked in images before their presentation

This coming Sunday start the events of the MWC 2018, the new Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9 + are officially presented, but we already have several images of the official model and its accessories on the network. In addition we have data of their specifications that help us to see the differences between these two models that will mark the step between the top tier devices, so it seems they are going to be similar products form the 2017 something that does not have to be bad since the previous S8 have worked very well.

The new flagship of Samsung as we see maintain the line of design of the previous model but with lightweight modifications, the most remarkable to the naked eye is that the Galaxy S9 model mounted a single rear camera and the top model Galasy S9 + mounted two cameras, a curious decision since the double camera is fashionable and although the small model is somewhat inferior this decision makes it less attractive at the marketing level. On the other hand the two models will mount the new SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 but it seems that the Galaxy S9 + model will have 6 GB of RAM while the Galaxy S9 model will be left with 4 GB of RAM, other similar top models install 8 GB or even 12 GB, even only for marketing purposes.

On the other hand, the two models will keep the audio jack, something that many of us appreciate since it is the most common and versatile audio port. It seems that the fashion of eliminating the classic round audio connector has not reached Samsung and we can continue using our headphones, as we see in the images of the new dock for this year’s model we have USB Type-C connector, two USB connectors Type-A, HDMI video output and USB Type-C connector for power. This Sunday we will attend the presentation of the new models of Samsung and we will share with you all the news of these referents of the sector.

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