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The leaks and the rumors of South Korean tech titan’s upcoming flagships seem to be never-ending. However, we only bother our readers, if we found these leaks and rumors legit to a considerable extent. Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ have been unveiled in a leaked photo, and if that appears to be true we have our first ‘hands-on’ image of the device.

The leaked image of Galaxy S9 variants appeared on Chinese social network Weibo, which has revealed the possible back design of the devices. The leak appears to be legit as it has demonstrated that quite similar rear designs of the devices that have been earlier appearing in the leaks prior to this. The image does appear to be confirming the design of the devices that are largely unchanged.

Galaxy S9 which is apparently on the left in the picture features a single camera on the back, while S9+ boasts a dual-camera setup. The leaked image also affirmed the position of fingerprint scanner right below the camera sensors in both devices.

Meanwhile, in another leaked document found by Galaxy Club, it has been revealed that Galaxy S9 variants are coming along with a new application launching for its ‘DeX Pad’, which most probably be its new wireless dock.

As we earlier reported that Qualcomm’s roadmap of smartphones featuring Snapdragon 845 chipset in 2018 has been revealed by GizmoChina. According to which Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ will be launched in February and speculations are high that they will be unveiled somewhere near MWC 2018. Furthermore, LG G7 and G7 are also set to be unveiled in the same month, as suggested by the leak. However, the launch of Xiaomi Mi 7 and HTC U12 will most likely occur in April and May respectively.

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