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Galaxy S9 design allegedly leaked via one of Samsung's apps

19 December 2017 2

Samsung Galaxy S9 is getting all the attention these days, well thanks to numerous leaks and rumors that come in our way every other day. In fact, they are arriving too frequently and covering the major chunk of the tech world. Now, a new leak has popped up, which seems to be posing the right things about the Galaxy S9 series. In recent times, we have received many renders that convey a different story of the device. They mainly highlight that the Galaxy S9 would feature a single rear camera only and the fingerprint scanner will reside below the camera. But, now the latest leak is giving a different angle to the ongoing leaks that say Galaxy S9 would feature the same bezels as seen on Galaxy S8.

The leak is coming directly from the Soundcamp app listing on the Play Store and Samsung Galaxy app. The new updated Soundcamp screenshots show an unannounced Samsung smartphone that includes smaller bezels than compared to its predecessor.

Well, if these screenshots are to be believed then we can think of a scenario in which Galaxy S9 is holding an under-display fingerprint scanner opposed to what we have been hearing that fingerprint scanner will reside below the rear camera.

No matter, how authentic these screenshots may look, we still need a corroborating source that could put enough wait on it and make it more concrete. Well, according to several rumors, Samsung Galaxy S9 may come in February 2018, but some other hearsays tell that it won’t arrive before MWC.

The spotted screenshots reveal nothing else and write about the app only.

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Galaxy S9 design allegedly leaked via one of Samsung's apps
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