Since the unveiling of Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ devices, the handsets have received a lot of appreciations for their Infinity Displays, which brings the 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch screen mobile devices with a relatively compact factor.
If latest reports are anywhere near accurate, then we can all expect to see the same screen sizes on Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ handsets as well.
As far as we know, the Galaxy S9 has been said to sport a 5.77-inch display, while the Galaxy S9+ is will come bearing a 6.22-inch display.
This automatically means that the South Korean giants have decided to bring the same sizes on upcoming flagship devices as their predecessors.
What’s more, one report also claims that the Infinity Display will also make a comeback whilst the home button is likely to stay absent from the front of the smartphones.
Additionally, Samsung has also been claimed to be bringing as well, an on-screen fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ handsets.
Apparently, the company has been reportedly discovered to have removed this feature on Galaxy S8 variants as well as the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 due to technical issues.
Finally, one report is tipping that the Samsung will likely be making use of a 6.32-inch display, which has been previously rumored for the Galaxy Note 8, on next year’s Galaxy Note 9 handset. To recap, Galaxy Note 8 is expected to unveil on August 23.