Samsung Galaxy S9 is as near zero-bezel as it can get

Latest leaked renders hint at a Galaxy S9 that will appeal to those who like as much screen as possible

With the Samsung Galaxy S9 due to be previewed at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) early next year, it's no surprise that leaks have started to pop up. Now renowned leaker Benjamin Geskin (@venyageskin1) has revealed some interesting pictures of what could be a good mock of the Galaxy S9.

Bezels, where?

What's so interesting about these renders? Mostly the screen, especially the bottom bit. There's little to no bezel at the bottom, which gives the phone a screen ratio of nearly 90 per cent overall. Geskin's image also shows curved edges and a super skinny top bezel, with space just enough for the selfie camera.

If the renders are real, that means the Galaxy S9 will come with a few cosmetic differences to the Galaxy S8. As for internals, so far rumours and Samsung press releases have hinted at an updated camera, as well as a new processor.

Only question is - where will they put the fingerprint sensor this time? Let's hope Samsung figures out a creative solution to it so we can stop accidentally smudging the camera lens.

[Source: Twitter/@VenyaGeskin1 via GizmoChina]