At this point, it's uncertain as to whether Samsung will debut the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ during CES 2018. While the initial rumors stated that it could make an appearance, a Samsung representative later chimed in saying that it was unlikely. As we get closer to the start of the new year, more details about the phone have been surfacing, with renders even coming to light. Now, two new render videos have been posted, giving us a good look at the upcoming handsets from all angles.
The leak comes courtesy of OnLeaks, who has been known in the past to offer up some fairly accurate details about unreleased devices. The movie above shows off the Galaxy S9, while the movie below shows off the Galaxy S9+. As you can see, they both share a similar design, with the one major difference being that the Galaxy S9+ has dual camera sensors. On both handsets, you can see that the fingerprint reader has been relocated, being placed under the camera module.
Luckily, it won't be long to find out whether Samsung will really reveal the next Galaxy S handsets at CES. If they don't make an appearance, there still won't be that long to wait, as Samsung has in the past announced them at Mobile World Congress which starts in late February or at its own Unpacked event.