Exynos Galaxy S9 Plus Model Hits Geekbench With 6GB Of RAM


Here's everything we know about Samsung's latest flagship smartphones so far. The leak shows off the press renders along with all the key specs. While the Galaxy S9 Plus will have a sightly bigger 6.2-inch display.

This year, Samsung Galaxy S9-series will have the same edge-to-edge "Infinity Display" with thin bezels on top and bottom.

The Galaxy S9 should come with 4GB of RAM while the Galaxy S9+ will apparently pack in a hefty 6GB of RAM.

News popping in from everywhere about the new Samsung Galaxy S9, and it reveals that the Galaxy S9 will be capable of charging wirelessly that too at a faster rate than not only Samsung's predecessor handsets like S8 but also another rival brand of Samsung like Apple's iPhone-X, the company claims.

A possible change would be the introduction of dual cameras at the rear panel.

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It is unclear what Samsung's motive is behind Uhhsup, or Samsung Social, but if this feature were to be released exclusively for the Galaxy S9 or recent Samsung flagships, the company is sure to have a hard time to even compete with Apple's iMessage and Animojis, but let's hope this doesn't become the next Bixby when it unveils on February 25. The placement would also be different as the fingerprint sensor would now sit below the camera lens.

Galaxy S9 is expected to launch in four colours of Midnight Black, Titanium Gray, Coral Blue and a very pretty Lilac Purple.

The Galaxy S9 Plus has surfaced on Geekbench - and the results it posted are nothing to scoff at. Up front, both models are expected to feature an 8-megapixel selfie camera.

It is expected that the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus will get a Dual camera module, similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, while the smaller S9 will make do with a single camera at the back. For starters, the smartphones will have a "super slo-mo" feature, low-light photography, and iPhone-X like Animoji. The two phones will ship in both Snapdragon 845 and Exynos 9810 SoC variants, and their availability will depend on where you live, as was the case in past years as well.

Extras: IP68 certification, iris scanner, facial recognition.