Leaked renders show what could be the Samsung Galaxy S9's final design



Earlier this week, we got a look at what appeared to be some schematics for the Samsung Galaxy S9, revealing what could be the upcoming handset’s design and dimensions. 

Now, the trusted leaker @OnLeaks has teamed up with 91mobiles to reveal a full 360-degree render of the Galaxy S9, giving us our best idea yet of what to expect from Samsung’s next flagship device.

Looking like a sleeker, more distinguished version of its predecessor, the Galaxy S9 featured in these CAD-based renders appears quite close to what was shown in the previously-leaked schematics, right down to the device’s repositioned fingerprint scanner, which now sits below the camera lens rather than next to it. 

Speaking of the S9’s camera, the render shows only one sensor on the back of the device, suggesting that Samsung might be keeping the dual camera setup it introduced with the Galaxy Note 8 exclusive to the Note series for the time being. According to render, the S9 will also feature a 5.65-inch display.

Meanwhile, you’ll be happy to learn that the 3.5mm headphone jack is still present at the bottom of the Galaxy S9, at least in this render. A dedicated Bixby button can also be found on the left edge of the handset, reaffirming Samsung’s commitment to its polarizing virtual assistant. You can get a look at the render for yourself in the video below.