Leaked images show Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+ design

Leaked images of the design of Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ have surfaced over the internet prior to its big launch at Mobile World Congress next month.
The claimed design was published at VentureBeat and it was told that the shipping and selling of the latest smartphone through retail will commence from March 16 onwards.
There are expected to be two models of the flagship phone, Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. The earlier models, S8 and S8 Plus, were welcomed happily by the users and critics after the disastrous Galaxy Note 7 with exploding batteries.
The major difference between the Galaxy S9 and its predecessor is that it has 6GB RAM/128GB of internal storage for S9 and 4GB RAM/64GB of internal storage for the standard S9. The phones will have Super AMOLED display in two varieties (5.8-inch for S9 and 6.2-inch for S9+).
Earlier reports had claimed that Samsung will launch three models of the Galaxy S9, including S9, S9+ alongside a special mini edition named Galaxy S9 Mini. It is predicted that the standard Galaxy S9 may feature only one rear camera, while the expensive S9 will offer dual camera, like Apple iPhones.
It is likely to have a headphone jack, and various memory configurations. These include DDR and Flash Combinations 4 + 64 & 4 + 128 for S9 and DDR and Flash Combinations 6 + 64 & 6 + 128 & 6 + 256 for S9+, according to GSMArena.
The Samsung’s latest flagship phone is expected to have extremely narrow bezel and even more powerful processor. The price may be between USD 950 to 1050.