A few days ago, serial leakster @evleaks has shared the best press renders yet for the upcoming Galaxy S9/S9+. For the new flagship, Samsung will be introducing a new Lilac Purple colour along with 3 other options. Now @evleaks has dropped another picture and this time is the Galaxy S9+ in Coral Blue.
Coral Blue was first introduced on the Galaxy Note7 and it came with a nice shade of blue for the body while having a contrasting rose gold metal frame. For the Galaxy S9+, the front panel will be in black, while the rear gets a coral blue glass panel. If you look at the dual-camera module, the frame is dark blue which looks better than solid black on the Galaxy Note8.
In case you missed it, Samsung has repositioned its fingerprint sensor. It longer sits on the right side of the camera module but it’s now placed underneath. Another change is its vertically aligned dual-camera module which looks more symmetrical. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can check out the render of the Galaxy S9/S9+ in Lilac Purple.
The Galaxy S9/S9+ will launch at an Unpacked event at Barcelona on 25 February 2018. Pre-orders are expected to start as early as 1 March and it could go on sale in Malaysia as early as mid-March.
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