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Samsung Galaxy S9 CAD renders show vertical dual rear cameras

Samsung Galaxy S9 CAD renders show vertical dual rear cameras

Samsung has recently debuted its next-gen chipset, the Exynos 9810, likely to be featured in Galaxy S9.

Would you be happier if the Galaxy S9 came with a dual-camera featured in a vertical orientation?

Twitter user Roland Quandt had pointed this out and the model number for the Galaxy A5 is listed as SM-A530N.

The South Korean technology company this month unveiled its all-new mobile processor, which is created to power top-of-the-line smartphones like the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9, when they launch next year.

The Galaxy S9 is already in the works at Samsung, with a recent report claiming that a prototype production run took place in October.

Samsung Galaxy A series is the mid-range premium one from the company with the A7, A5 and A3 usually being launched.

In terms of what we know about the Galaxy S9 duo, rumours suggest the South Korean tech giant will retain the Infinite Displays with 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch display sizes.

Samsung also reveals its Exynos 9 Series 9810 chipset is "built on 2nd generation 10nm process technology".

For a company that used to love taking risks, pushing the stylus like no other and making phablets mainstream, Samsung took an unusually long time to embrace a couple of recent smartphone market trends. On one hand, it is possible that the Galaxy S9 Mini will include flagship specifications just like its larger siblings, but that is not that likely, at least not based on previous Galaxy S Mini-branded smartphones that Samsung released. There are going to be S9 and S9+.

The new smartphone will come with an Infinity Display which curves around the edges of the device, the same type of screen we can see on the Galaxy S8 smartphone. It's nice to see these older smartphone being upgraded to Nougat, now if only they would release the Oreo update for the newer devices.