Reports have confirmed that Samsung will reposition the fingerprint sensors on the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ to place below the rear camera lens. After several leaks about processor and screen details, and renders showing the handset's design, a new report now talks about the handset's battery capacity.
The upcoming Galaxy S9 and S9 would pack 3000mAh and 3500mAh batteries, respectively. The wholesaler, on its website, lists battery replacement for the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 Plus. The picture of the cat illustrates depth-of-field and how well the Galaxy S9's camera can preserve quality from front to back. They are star (Galaxy S9) and star2 (Galaxy S9 Plus). The fact that there are two mentions in this codename list could indicate two sizes, along with both Qualcomm Snapdragon and Samsung Exynos versions. Samsung Galaxy S9 "Active" rumours hit the web Now that we are sure of the Galaxy S9 smartphones coming out within next four weeks, fresh reports have started pointing out attention towards their "Active" variant. The specs chart in both benchmarks also reveals that the device's GPU is Mali G-71 and the RAM is 4 GB. XDA Developers couldn't decipher the normal names of many of these phones, one of which could be the foldable Galaxy X.
The "crown", meanwhile, is believed to be the codename for the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
On the tablet side, it looks like we could be in for a new Galaxy Tab S4 along with a revamped Galaxy Tab A 10.1.
This doesn't mean you will surely receive that coveted update notification in a few days, but it's at least a good indication that Samsung is actively developing the Oreo update for the Galaxy S8 Active and hasn't forgotten about this particular model.
The leaks give us a relatively close-up look at the rear fingerprint sensor, the main camera module, and the battery which will power the device.