Samsung fans won’t have to wait long for the next flagship phone to be released after the South Korean conglomerate confirmed that they will finally unveil their Galaxy S9 line at the Mobile World Congress this February.
As its launch date nears, more details on Samsung’s upcoming flagship have started to surface. To top it off, Redditor minhvn recently shared an image of what appears to be a Galaxy S9 box showing the gadget’s product specs.
Based on the leak, the S9 will sport a 5.8-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display, which is similar to the dimensions of the current flagship. It also has a 12MP rear camera that boasts an F1.5 aperture paired with an 8MP selfie camera equipped with autofocus.
There’s also the super slow-mo video mode that was rumored to be included in the S9's specs late last year. Other notable features include 64GB storage, 4GB RAM, an iris scanner, wireless charging, water and dust resistance, plus stereo speakers and earphones tuned by AKG.
Aside from these, there are also a handful of rumored specs and features not addressed in this leak. The S9 was previously said to be a flagship line that reintroduces Samsung’s popular “mini” series. It’s also supposedly powered by the yet to be released Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 and has a Facial recognition system in response to the iPhone X’s Facial ID feature.
If you're curious about how Samsung's next flagship might look then you can check out this S9 clone unboxing video courtesy of EverythingApplePro: