Samsung is expected to unveil its next-generation Galaxy S9, and S9+ smartphones at the Galaxy Unpacked 2018 event on February 25. Fans already have a vague idea of what to expect, thanks to the numerous leaks and speculations. In a recent turn of events, newer details of the upcoming smartphones have been put out in the public domain. Notably, these holes have revealed information about the forthcoming handsets’ battery capacities. In addition to this, charging port flex cables, camera modules, fingerprint sensors, promo images, and European device support pages have also surfaced online to help give a more precise picture before launch.
As noted by Gadgets 360, The Galaxy S9 – model numbered S9-G9600 – will apparently come packed with a 3,000mAh battery with a wattage of 11.55Wh. The battery reveals a nominal voltage of 3.85V and charge voltage of 4.4V. The USB Type-C flex board has also been shown in the leak. At the same time, the Galaxy S9+ smartphone – model numbered S9-G96F – is expected to pack 3,500mAh battery with a wattage of 13.48Wh. Apart from this, there’s a nominal voltage of 3.85V and charge voltage of 4.4V. Just like the previous model, this one too packs up USB Type-C charging flex board.
When it comes to the camera specifications, Twitter leakster Roland Quandt claims that Galaxy S9 will sport a single camera sensor. The pictures published by him show a redesigned fingerprint sensor, which will be placed directly below the rear camera lens. Promotional photos have also been posted on Chinese microblogging platform Weibo. The images explicitly display the “9” branding. In fact, the official launch invitation and a Samsung press release have recently confirmed the Galaxy S9 branding. The models are rumored to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 system-on-chip in U.S. and Chinese markets. Meanwhile, it will carry the Exynos 9810 chipset in international markets including India.