Samsung Galaxy S9 hasn't entered into production state yet

Samsung Galaxy S9 hasn’t entered into production state yet

The latest information we have had an opportunity to see ensure that the Galaxy S9 has not managed to overcome its prototype phase, bad news if it is confirmed as it could have important consequences in the design of the terminal.

Samsung Galaxy S9 hasn't entered into production state yet

In theory, Samsung should generally maintain the same lines that we saw in the Galaxy S8 since the Korean giant follows a cycle of total renewal every two years. However, this does not mean that the Galaxy S9 had to be identical to the Galaxy S8.

According to the most credible rumors that have appeared so far the South Korean firm will change the location of the fingerprint reader in the back, and it would also reduce a little more the edges of the front, reaching a proportion of 90% in favor of the screen.

This was undoubtedly one of the most important changes and that more excitement had generated. Since, it was another small step towards a smartphone without borders, but as we anticipate it is said that the Galaxy S9 has not passed the basic tests with this new screen format and that therefore the proportion of the Galaxy S8 will follow.

In case you have doubts we refer you to the cover image. On the left, you can see the supposed design of the Galaxy S9 in the prototype version that would not have passed the relevant tests and on the right the final design that would have to be adapted accordingly.

We remind you that the Galaxy S9 will bring significant improvements at the hardware level, among which the use of a SoC Snapdragon 845-Exynos 9810, 6 GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage capacity and maybe a dual rear camera configuration stand out.

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