NEW Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9 plus – FINAL Leaks & Rumors

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As NEW Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9 plus – FINAL Leaks & Rumors, Samsung’s flagship being announced Feb. 25 seems familiar on the outside, but there are some key differences. Frequent Twitter leaker Evan Blass posted what looks like a clear photo and details on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. However, both phones, according to the report, differ in specs. Blass suspects March 16 will be the on-sale date for the phones. The fingerprint sensor is also expected to be realigned, placed below a vertical camera array for what could be easier access.

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