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Samsung Galaxy S9 design concept video released

Samsung Galaxy S9 design concept video

Earlier this year, Samsung has launched its latest flagship smartphone, Galaxy S8. Now the Korean company again on the internet for its next year flagship smartphone So-called Galaxy S9. There are no leaks from the company regarding the design of the phone, for now. One of the famous YouTube channels, DBS Designing, has published a video with Galaxy S9 design concept.

The DBS Designing is known as for the concept design of the upcoming smartphone. Now it launched a design concept video for upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9. According to the DBS Designing, The Galaxy S9 will come with full-screen display design and metal frame. It comes with flat edges that mean there are no curved edges. In the Video, there is 3.5 mm audio jack port, USB Type-C and loudspeaker at the bottom.

The Galaxy S9 concept design video says that it will come with an Infinity Display like the Galaxy S8 with the same 18:9 aspect ratio. It will support 1440 x 2960 pixels of resolution. It will also have 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB internal storage option Quad cameras. It will run on Android 8.1 Oreo operating system out of the box and packed with 3,600 mAh battery inside the body.

Samsung Galaxy S9 design concept video says it will come with a full-screen display which means it will come with on-screen buttons and a fingerprint sensor embedded under the display. The on-screen buttons and a fingerprint sensor is a new feature and most of the manufacturer will try to offer the same feature on their flagship device.

Remember, this is just a third-party concept none of them any details are confirmed by the Samsung. In the final Galaxy S9 design, there may note many features and specs present.

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