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Alleged Samsung Galaxy S9+ Schematics Reveals Minor Changes

For those who are hoping to see a completely redesigned Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+ this year, you might be disappointed to learn that won’t be the case. Instead it seems that Samsung will be keeping the design of the Galaxy S8 and S8+, save for some minor changes here and there, namely to the bezels of the phone.

A recently leaked render of the phone revealed what the upcoming handset could look like, with some claiming that the bezels are actually fatter than its predecessor. Now according to a set of CAD schematics posted by @OnLeaks, we have a slightly better idea of why the Galaxy S9 renders looked the way they do.

On the surface it seems that the Galaxy S9+ looks identical to the Galaxy S8+, but if you look at the bezels, you’ll realize that they’re actually more rounded compared to last year’s model. Some believe that the rounded bezels means that the phone could potentially be better to hold without the possibility of accidentally touching the side displays and launching an app or feature.

It is also said to make the phone play nicely with more screen protectors, although whether or not that is true remains to be seen. In any case take it with a grain of salt for now, but with the phones launch pegged for the 25th of February, we probably won’t have to wait much longer to find out all the official details.

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