The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9+ has been spotted in AnTuTu’s database. The phone (named SM-G9650) is powered by a Snapdragon 845 chip, and has 6GB of RAM, that’s more than that of its Exynos counterpart which only has 4GB.
Apart from that, everything else is as expected – an 18:9 display (possibly Quad HD), Android Oreo, and 64GB of storage. Of course, it’s most likely that it’ll sport dual cameras. In any case, there’s only a few weeks left before the big reveal on February 25, at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. As always, we’ll keep you updated!