New Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus renders show phones off in full

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We’ve now seen a number of Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus renders, but the latest set are some of the most complete yet, showing both phones from front and back.

Originating on skin-maker dbrand’s site, these aren’t case renders, as they show the phones before any skins have been applied, so you can get a full look at them.

And they largely line up with what we’ve seen before, showing a single-lens camera on the Galaxy S9, a dual-lens camera on the Galaxy S9 Plus, and a fingerprint scanner below the lens in both cases.

You can also see what appears to be an almost bezel-free curved screen on both phones – though the black phone on a black background makes it harder to make out details.

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This could be the Samsung Galaxy S9's final form. Credit: dbrand
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The Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus is likely to have an extra camera lens. Credit: dbrand

What's in a name?

The only difference from what most leaked images show is the branding, as while ‘Samsung’ written across the back is nothing new, the name of the phone written below it is something that’s often been missing from renders.

That’s not really a red flag though, as some models of the Samsung Galaxy S8 also have the name written on the back, so there’s a good chance these are accurate.

We should know for sure soon, as the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus are both set to be announced on February 25.

Via SlashGear