It's been seven months since Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S8 smartphone, and rumours are already circulating about the Galaxy S9.
Chinese leaker, Ice Universe, has mysteriously tweeted that the 'back of the Galaxy S9 will change a lot.'
While the leaker doesn't go into detail about how, Ice Universe has a strong track record for predicting features on Samsung devices.
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It's been seven months since Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S8 smartphone, and rumours are already circulating about the Galaxy S9 (pictured is what it may look like)
- Launch at Mobile World Congress 2018 (26 February - 1 March 2018)
- No screen fingerprint recognition
- 3.5mm headphone jack
- Dual-lens camera
- Rear camera capable of shooting at 1,000 frames/second
- Modular design
- Neural engine integrated to improve AI capabilities
- Facial recognition
- Two versions - 5.8 inch S9 and 6.2 inch S9 Plus
- Likely to cost between £689 and £779 ($916 to $1,036)
Ice Universe has posted a series of tweets about the Samsung Galaxy S9 this week.
The first tweet read: '100 per cent sure, Galaxy S9 no screen fingerprint recognition,' while the second continued: 'The back of the Galaxy S9 will change a lot.'
While Ice Universe didn't reveal details about what the change to the back could be, rumours suggest Samsung may introduce a dual-lens camera to the Galaxy S9 – a feature that appeared in its recent Galaxy Note 8.
Yesterday, Ice Universe tweeted: 'I think the Galaxy S9 still has a 3.5mm headphone jack.'
This clashes with other rumours by TechDroider, who posted a sketch of the possible phone yesterday, and suggested the headphone jack would go.
Ice Universe has posted a series of tweets about Samsung Galaxy S9 this week. The first