Samsung is witnessing the biggest number of leaks this month before the official launch of their new flagship phones, the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+.
After the purple colored variant, a new leak confirmed that the S9+ will be available in a Coral Blue variant.
Expectations are sky high for the smartphones because Samsung is about to compete with the yet to be announced models from Google and Apple. The rumor mills have never stopped running as they provide one new information after another. Samsung has been careful enough to not leak the specifications or the primary features of the phone which will set itself apart from flagship models launched in 2017.
While the brand has already ushered in the near bezel-less display with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ models, it looks like the development team is about to focus on camera quality in 2018. The invitation sent out to the press suggested they are about to reimagine the camera and rumors speculate it will be using a Sony sensor to achieve near DSLR quality photo quality on par with Google’s Pixel 2 smartphones.
Just two days ago, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in the Lilac Purple colored variant got leaked online. The leaked photographs were shared by none other than Evan Blass, a man known in the technology circle for his authentic leaks and information even before the official launch. The newest leak has a photograph of the Samsung Galaxy S9+ posted online and it is available in Coral Blue color.
Based on numerous leaks so far, it is known that Samsung wants to provide a whole lot of choices for their users to keep them in their ecosystem. After all, the flagship models may have identical specifications and there is little scope for true innovation in hardware unless the company could launch a foldable smartphone to attract everyone instantly.
By offering a long lineup of color variants including the vibrant Lilac Purple and Coral Blue, Samsung has already got people looking forward to the launch of their flagship models, the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 Plus. The phones will sport large OLED displays, better camera and will introduce soft keys on the display that are more responsive than the ones found in last year’s Galaxy S8. The fingerprint scanner will be positioned for easy access below the dual camera setup which is another major change to look forward to.