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The Samsung Galaxy S8 was one of the most popular smartphones of 2017. Therefore, we have high expectations for the upcoming Galaxy S9 and S9+ which likely will be launched in January, February or March. Leaked photos usually start to appear when the release is relatively close, and we’re going to show you one of them today.

The leaked image first appeared on a social media network from China called Weibo, and Androidandme was the first website to spot it. It’s actually pretty common that these types of leaked photos appear on Weibo first, and they’re usually correct. We still need to keep in mind that this hasn’t been confirmed by any official sources so the image could be wrong.

The first thing you notice when you look at the S9 and S9+ is that they are pretty similar to their predecessors, but there are still some design changes. It seems like they will still rock the shiny glass back as usual with the Samsung logo as well. The alleged S9+ will have a dual camera setup on the back which is very common on flagship smartphones nowadays. The S9 will still have a single camera on the back. It seems like Samsung decided to move the flash and the fingerprint reader. This is good news since a lot of people were disappointed with the placement of the fingerprint reader on the Galaxy S8 and S8+. All of this matches well with the rumors we’ve heard before, which is really promising.

This image didn’t show off the front or the sides of the two upcoming smartphones, but photos of that will likely be leaked as well before the launch. We can also expect to hear more about the specifications in the near future. What do you think about this image? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: | Weibo | Androidandme |

Via: | Mirror UK |

Image Credit: | Tom’s Guide | Androidandme |

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