While there is no word on the processor of the Galaxy S9 yet, the box reveals that the smartphone will pack 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage as standard. Ahead of its launch, a picture of the Galaxy S9 retail box has been leaked and it reveals a couple of interesting features that are all new for the Galaxy flagship series.
Elsewhere there will be a 12-megapixel Super Speed Dual Pixel rear camera and the box adds it will feature super slow-motion video capture. Yesterday, DJ Koh (president of Samsung Mobile) himself confirmed that the handset would be unveiled at MWC 2018 - that starts on the 26th of February! The biggest attraction of the device will be the variable aperture setup which will allow you to switch f/1.5 aperture in low-light to f/2.4 when lighting is adequate. While the former will be Samsung's first - on a flagship phone - the latter seems to have been lifted straight from the company's recently launched W2018 flip phone.
The Galaxy S9 is expected to be almost identical to its predecessor, with the rear fingerprint sensor moved to below the camera, rather than its current, position of off to one side. The new camera tech will also enable the smartphone to offer a "Super Slow-mo" mode. As to what we can expect from Samsung's next flagship phone? The handset is also said to get updated facial recognition.
The specs confirm the Galaxy S9 will have a 5.8-inch Quad HD+ SAMOLED display that curves off at the edges. An Infinity Display was rumoured for the Galaxy S9.
The Galaxy S9 could put a real focus on photography. Like its predecessor, this phone is also coming with AKG tuned earphones in the box.
"According to this image, the Galaxy S9 will sport a 5.8" 1440p AMOLED display with rounded corners similar to 2017's Galaxy S8.