As for now, the only concrete details for major upgrades on the Galaxy S9 relate to the device's rear camera sensors.
Neither of these rumoured features have been confirmed.
Leaked by Slashleaks, the renders show the Galaxy S9 with an identical design to the Galaxy S8. the front is expected to lose fat from the top and the bottom lip while retaining the Infinity Display's gorgeous curved sides.
More Samsung Galaxy S9 leaks are coming your way before the South Korean tech giant makes an official announcement. However, according to the description, the Exynos 9 Series 9810 is Samsung's latest flagship processor which will succeed their current Exynos 8895 that runs on the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note8 flagships.
Even if the tipster is wrong, keep in mind that Samsung delayed the Galaxy S8 launch by a few weeks this year, as it still had to deal with the Galaxy Note 7 disaster. Based on the images, it appears Samsung might switch from the Note 8's horizontal arrangement to a vertical one. Looking at these pictures, the flagship is expected to get a dual-camera in a vertical position, which offers tremendous benefits. It is still unclear what Samsung will do at the moment.
Samsung also uses the dual-cameras to artificially render a DSLR-style bokeh effect behind the subject of the photograph.
Samsung does not reveal much information about a new flagship smartphone before launch day, but the homebrew processor that powers it is introduced in advance.
The futuristic new smartphone will purportedly fold-out to the size of a tablet, creating a whole new category of mobile device similar to the two-in-one hybrids that have taken over the laptop-tablet segment of the industry. However, there are contradictory reports are suggesting a January 2018 release date for these smartphones.