However, Samsung is reportedly taking these reports very seriously and planning to leave no stone unturned to fetch an enhanced iris scanner for its upcoming flagship device - Galaxy S9. This is earlier than Samsung typically pulls the curtain back for new phones, but it's unclear exactly how much Samsung will be revealing at the trade show.
According to the previous rumors, the Samsung Galaxy S9 will come with a substrate-like PCB (SLP) motherboard, which will give space to a more significant battery pack.More news: Mubi mosque bombing: 'Stop targeting civilians'-AI
The S9+ will feature a dual-camera system - similar to the one used on the Note 8 - arranged vertically so that the fingerprint sensor is at the bottom. Now, we're getting a good glimpse at what that Galaxy S9 could look thanks to renders for a third-party case that is destined for the smartphone. 2018 will be an iterative year for the Korean company's flagships, so you shouldn't expect a new revolutionary design. The expectation is that they will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor under the hood, based on a 10-nanometer fabrication technique, and that some models will have a similarly-designed Exynos processor instead. The only major flaw with the Galaxy S8 design is the fingerprint sensor placement, but going by these renders, Samsung is addressing this issue.
While the S8/S8+ were identical in terms of RAM, the S9/S9+ will depart from this, with the S9+ being launched with 6GB of RAM, while the S9 will remain at 4GB, as well as coming with a dual-camera setup. Both models are said to have 64GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot, and yes, even a 3.5mm headphone jack.