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Fan made Samsung Galaxy S9 teaser shows the dual vertical camera

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The next big project for Samsung is Galaxy S9, recent leaks suggest us the bezel-less screen with screen to body ratio of 95%. After big success with Samsung Galaxy Note 8, now it’s the time for the S9. Concept Creator released the teaser video made by them, which looks pretty good with full screen display and lesser dimensions. But the fingerprint scanner is still at back, but the rumors suggests Samsung will introduce a new technology to embed the fingerprint scanner under the screen.

In a patent submission Samsung has submitted a document regarding the dimensions of the Galaxy S9. The images over there shows the full screen display and a small notch on the top middle of the device. You can find the article about the Samsung patent here.

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Now it’s the world of OLED devices, S9 is also coming with the OLED screen with a 5.8″ HDR screen. S9 will be equipped with a dual camera at back with 1000fps. Recent rumors suggest S9 will have a powerful 1000fps camera system at back, this type of technology is already used by the Sony on Xperia X1 devices, but Samsung won’t use Sony’s technology instead it produces its own system on the same. The production of this camera system will starts from November and Galaxy S9 will be announced on mid-january 2018 leaving plenty of time for assembling.

Samsung Galaxy S9 renders

The Concept Creator video shows the dual camera at back placed vertically, still the fingerprint scanner is at the back (Refer the above image). But the placement of fingerprint scanner is under the camera and LED flash. This placement looks okay than the Note 8 placement of fingerprint sensor. Galaxy S9 will come  with Snapdragon 835 SoC and the latest Exynos processor for the US  residents and the rest of the world respectively.

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