Samsung Galaxy S9+ is rumored to come in four different shades, and we’ve already got the chance to see the two of them even before they’re launched. A few days ago it was Lilac Purple shade of the device which had leaked, and now the Coral Blue variant of the device has leaked on Twitter. The leaked render, which you can see above, shows both front and back of Galaxy S9+ in the image.
The render, which was leaked by reputed tipster Evan Blass, also clearly shows the careful design choices made by Samsung this year. The flash module sits next to the dual camera setup on the back of this device. And the fingerprint sensor, which used to be in its place, has now been moved to a central location below the camera lenses.
Rest is, however, pretty much same as it was in Galaxy S8. Especially the front of the device – it looks almost similar to that of its predecessor with little-to-no change. The bezel size, the rounded corners and the overall size all are almost same. The color of bezels is also black, just as it has always been.
Both Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, in case you don’t know, are about to be revealed on February 25 in Barcelona ahead of Mobile World Congress (MWC). Other two variants of the device will be in Midnight Black and Titanium Gray colors.
The device will come with Snapdragon 845 processor, 6GB RAM, 6.2-inch display, 4,000 mAh battery and latest Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box. Face recognition feature with the name of “Intelligent Scan” will also be available in the device.