Although we are just days away from getting our first glimpse at the Galaxy S9 and S9+, we already have a pretty good idea about the new flagship’s design from numerous leaks over last couple of weeks. While we still have to wait to get confirmation from the company, the latest leaks comes from the company itself as it showcases the latest handset’s design.
Recently, Samsung published its UNPACKED 2018 app to get fans ready for the announcement of the upcoming smartphone. However, a report from XDA has revealed that inside the app there’s an augmented reality feature that allows users to see the Galaxy S9 for themselves.
Shortly afterwards, a Reddit user decompiled the app to reveal some renders which confirms most of the handset’s features. As early reports suggested, Samsung will be using different camera setups for the S9 and S9+. Apart from that, it will continue to use 3.5mm headphone jack. Luckily though, we won’t need to wait much longer as Samsung will officially announce the smartphone later this week.