Samsung will be using the same Infinity Display design on the Galaxy S9 and S9+ that it had introduced on the Galaxy S8 duo. However, recent rumors had claimed that since the Galaxy S9 will be arriving with reduced lower bezel, it would be offering higher screen-to-body ratio than the Galaxy S8. However, fresh information shared by a reliable industry insider states that the Galaxy S9 and S9+ display will be almost identical as Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+.
The above image shared by the tipster shows the Galaxy S9 design with slimmer bottom bezel on the left. The right shows the Galaxy S9 with a design that is almost similar to the Galaxy S8. He claims that the design shown on the left did not clear Samsung’s internal test because of which the company has decided to axe the design. Another image shared by a different tipster shows the front panel of the Galaxy S9 which also looks similar to the S8 and also matches with the Galaxy S9 that is placed on the right side in the above image.
So, as the recent reports have suggested, the major design changes that are expected to arrive on the S9 duo is on their rear. The S9 and S9+ are speculated to house feature a vertically dual camera system. Unlike the fingerprint scanner that was placed besides the rear camera on the Galaxy S8 and S8+, the S9 duo is likely to feature the fingerprint scanner below the dual camera system. Some rumors have also claimed that only the Galaxy S9+ will feature dual rear cameras whereas the Galaxy S9 will have a single rear shooter.