Watchful eyes have spotted the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ on 3C certification site adding more fuel to the rumors that the handsets are up for a definite launch next month.
There have been multiple leaks and listings of Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ over the last few months. The latest report comes from Chinese certification website 3C where both the variants have been spotted. According to the listing, the upcoming phones are expected to retain fast charging capabilities from last year.
The two handsets have been spotted with model numbers SM-G9600, SM-G9608, and SM-G9650. According to the listing, SM-G9600 is the Chinese variant of the Galaxy S9, SM-G9608 is the Taiwan variant of the Galaxy S9, and the SM-G9650 is the Galaxy S9+. According to the listing, all three models will come with fast charging 9.0V output at 1.67A (15W) and standard charging 5.0V at 2.0A (10W).
Apart from that, the listing also shows that all three models have the DS labelling which refers to “dual-SIM”. An interesting thing to note is that the standard of fast charging remains unchanged since the Galaxy S6, which was launched with the 15W output.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC. Recently, reports pointed towards the usage of a new Y-Octa display technology on the phones. Additionally, the Galaxy S9 duo is also expected to feature an f/1.5 aperture lens.
The Galaxy S9 series is slated to launch at Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona. According to Evan Blass on Twitter, pre-orders will start on March 3 with availability from March 16.