Samsung is gearing up to announce the successors of this year’s flagship phones aka Galaxy S9 and S9+ in the forthcoming year. The South Korean smartphone manufacturer is reportedly preparing to show off these smartphones at CES 2018 and official launch them by March. However, there are no official words on the same.
Ahead of the launch, Samsung’s Galaxy S9 lineup has been subjected to several leaks and rumours — some suggests it may come with the same Galaxy S8-like infinity display, while other rumours hint at a much-improved camera, hardware and software set-up. However, as the company prepares to unveil the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, there are some reports which claim that these phones will have even slimmer bezels than the Galaxy S8, S8+. Rumour has it that the Galaxy S9 could have a screen-to-body ratio that could touch 90%.
Report of the Galaxy S9’s display comes via SamMobile, which says that Samsung is looking to narrow the bezels even further with next year’s flagships. The Galaxy S9 could have a near non-existent bottom bezel, while the top bezel will be narrower than that seen on the Galaxy S8. Samsung will still need to keep some bezels on the forehead as it will house the front-facing camera, sensors and earpiece. If the rumour is true, the Galaxy S9 could have a screen-to-body ratio that is nearly 6% more than that of the Galaxy S8+, which was at around 84%