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Samsung Galaxy S9 To Boast 90% Screen-To-Body Ratio, Claims Report

by Harsh Soni / Nov 27, 2017 07:28 AM EST
Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+

Samsung's upcoming smartphone, Galaxy S9, and Galaxy S9+ have been churning around the rumor mill. Lately, an accessory maker conceptualized how the upcoming Galaxy S9 will look like through renders. However, according to the latest rumor, the Galaxy S9 will have 90% screen-to-body ratio.

In the case renders of the Samsung Galaxy S9, the top and bottom bezels are shown present albeit narrower than the current Samsung Galaxy S8+. However, according to the SamMobile report, the bezels will be narrower than what is displayed in the recent Galaxy S9  renders with a screen-to-body ratio as high as 90 percent. With this size, the Galaxy S9 duo will be having nearly six percent higher screen-to-body ratio than the Galaxy S8+.

Moreover, the exact screen-to-body ratio of the current Samsung Galaxy S8 duo is yet unknown, it is said that the Galaxy S8+ has a ratio of somewhere nearly 85 percent. The ration of Galaxy S8+ is higher than even the Apple iPhone X which has been recorded to have a ratio of 82 percent.

According to the latest report, Samsung Galaxy S9 will not only have edge-to-edge Infinity Display but the bottom chin will also be next to non-existent on the smartphone while the top bezel will be narrower than the Galaxy S8's bottom bezel. Samsung Galaxy S9 will have a maximum screen-to-body ratio till now in all the smartphones. Samsung is thinking to reduce bezels to its total minimum on the Galaxy S9 to stay ahead of the mass, as reported by Indian Express.

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9 will probably going to offer 6GB of RAM and boasts a dual-camera setup at the rear side, just like the Galaxy Note 8. The upcoming Galaxy S9 is expected to be equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC or its Exynos counterpart.

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