According to VentureBeat, Samsung is keeping things pretty safe with their upcoming phones, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, sticking to a design and layout that’s almost identical to the Samsung S8.
These leaks claim that the most notable differences between both generations of the phone will be with their memory configurations — one with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, and another one with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.
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The hardware and software of the phones will also have some welcome changes, such as super slow-mo video capture and variable aperture on their 12MP cameras. This is a very interesting touch that may prove to be successful since users can’t normally tinker with their phone’s aperture settings. The devices will also have redesigned fingerprint scanners located on the back of the phones for a more comfortable feel, a headphone jack (YES), and other camera improvements.
The Verge reports that Samsung’s most flashy additions will be the device’s stereo speakers, located on the bottom and top of the phone, and the ability to create “3D emojis,” Samsung’s version of Animojis.
The Samsung S9 and S9 Plus will be unveiled February 25 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and will be available for purchase starting March 16.