Another day, another Samsung Galaxy S9 rumour. Today's leak comes from an alleged "insider" who claims the Samsung Galaxy S+ will boast a larger battery. How much larger? Try 36-hours of heavy usage. It will also retain the headphone jack. (Hurrah!)
During a recent AMA, Reddit user BihPandemonium claimed to have both the S9 and S9+ in his possession.
According to the insider, Samsung's new phones will both come equipped with beefier batteries; especially the S9+ which offers “about a 1.5 day battery life” between charges. It will also support Project Treble, come with a dual lens camera and a 3.5mm headphone jack (which isn't always a given these days.)
“I got the S9 and S9+ rev 1.1 so it’s very close to the final product and I would say if you are going to buy the S9 it looks on par with the S8 and performs like with normal use but if your going with the plus it has dual lens camera and about a 1.5 day battery life," BihPandemonium claimed in the original post.
As with most Samsung Galaxy S9 rumours, it's impossible to verify the authenticity of the original source, but it sure does sound plausible and aligns with other leaks thus far. Regardless, it's fun to speculate! A larger Galaxy phone with superior photographic capabilities and longer battery life will probably be enough to sway existing S8 owners to upgrade.
All will be revealed on February 26 at Mobile World Congress (MWC), where Samsung is scheduled to announce its new flagship phones. Here are all the ways to follow along live!
With Mobile World Congress just around the corner, we're getting ready for a stack of announcements from most of the big smartphone vendors. And at the top of the list of new phones is the Samsung Galaxy S9. Samsung's flagship smartphone sets the agenda for many of the others and is part of the Korean manufacturer's ongoing game of catch-up and leapfrog with their main rival Apple.
What can we expect from the Galaxy S9? Let's take a look at the most credible leaks and rumours.
[Via Business Insider]