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New Galaxy S9 leak confirms dual camera in S9 +

There are only 20 days left for the Galaxy S9 presentation event, but there is not much more that Samsung can show to surprise the audience. That’s because a new leak shows basically everything we needed to know about its appearance and camera.

The new images, revealed by journalist Evan Blass, known for the irreducible history of accurate leaks under the nickname @evleaks on Twitter, show the back of the phone in a slightly purple tint, lilac.

More important than color, however, is the fact that the image shows the cameras of the S9 and S9 +. The handsets, which were practically distinguished by the size of the screen and the battery in the S8 generation, now have important differences, with the S9 carrying only a rear lens while the S9 + has a dual camera like the Galaxy Note 8.

In addition to the images this Monday, 5, many other details about the S9 are already known. The device will come with Exynos 9810 processor, produced by Samsung itself and equivalent to Snapdragon 845, Qualcomm’s top line that will equip the American version of the device.

In addition to the camera, the two models will have other differences. The Galaxy S9, with 5.8 inches, should come with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, while the S9 +, with 6.2-inch screen, will come with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage.

Previous leaks have also anticipated what to expect from the S9 and S9 + cameras. The smartphone is expected to have a variable aperture system, capable of switching between f / 1.5 and f / 2.4 to capture more or less light, depending on ambient conditions, as do professional DSLR cameras.

According to Blass, the camera has 12 MP resolution in the S9. In the S9 +, there are two rear cameras of 12 MP, and the secondary one comes with non-variable aperture.

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