Following the release of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus and ahead of the possible announcement of the Galaxy Note 8 device, Samsung has reportedly started working on the Galaxy S9 which should not be expected in the market until 2018.
The tech company which was reported to have started early work on the next flagship device is said to be planning a dual camera setup for the device according to information made available by KGI.
KGI’s analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, stated that the Galaxy S9 will most likely follow in the line of the Galaxy Note 8 by packing a dual camera sensor on the rear panel. The report comes following rumors that Samsung is planning on hoarding the next batch of Qualcomm’s chipsets for the Galaxy S9, just as it did with the Snapdragon 835 processors on the Galaxy S8.
Reports however indicate that Samsung may not be fitting the same sensors as on the Note 8 on the S9 as it will most likely source for newer and more powerful sensors for the upcoming flagship device.