Samsung Galaxy S9 Real Life Photos Leaked: Did You See Them Yet!

After the launch of Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung fans had been eagerly waiting for its successor. Samsung Galaxy S9 real life photos are leaked.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Real Life Photos

Samsung Galaxy S9 Real Life Photos

Samsung Galaxy S9 Real Life Photos

Samsung Galaxy S9 is the latest smartphone from the giants that will be released soon. An eagerly waiting crowd has got something to be hooked to before the launch. Images are the direct portrayal of how the upcoming phones are going to get respond.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Real Life Photos

A few images caught the attention of the fans in the last month. Now with more vivid and real images leak, fans will have a clear picture of the Samsung Galaxy S9. CES is about to take place from 9th of January to the 12th of January this year and Samsung users can have more details on the phone then. Before that, real images are enough for the actual feel. The design of Samsung Galaxy S9 hit the market after the Nillkin case renders leak.

Specs and Features

Samsung Galaxy S9 Real Life Photos

The design of the upcoming smartphone is quite similar to that of the predecessors S8 and S8 Plus. The bezels have got thinner and slimmer comparatively with fingerprint sensors just below the rear camera. This will give a different feel to the users.

The battery backup can be extremely powerful with 32,000 mAh battery. The processor will be Snapdragon 845 SoC with a RAM of 4GB. The display which is the most important aspect of any smartphone is 5.8 inches while the aspect ratio is 18:9. The leaks also point to that fact that the smartphone will have a headphone jack with a dimension of 3.5mm.

Overall, the smartphone looks promising and a must buy for people who want an impeccable battery backup and great aspect ratio of the display.

Let us wait and watch if the real-life photos can create the same excitement among the fans at CES 2018.

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