So it's unclear at this point how many details about the Galaxy S9 will be revealed during CES.
Focusing on looks, fixing a dual cam on the Galaxy S9 might still be a quite exigent attempt.
The news comes from a report of Korea's ET News. With the S9 and S9+, Samsung will reportedly place the fingerprint reader below the rear cameras, which should help make it easier to reach and easier to separate from the rear camera setup. The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ copped a lot of flak for placing the scanner next to the camera, causing grubby finger prints to be left on the lens when people misplaced their finger.
Further, both the phones will feature the similar back side of the device with the fingerprint sensor on the bottom, regardless of camera modules.
Samsung also wants to put in AKG stereo speakers, as well as introduce a backward-compatible DeX docking station. It is the internal components that will be mainly different in the upcoming smartphones. It's very possible that this might not even be the final design of the phone. From the leaked images, it appears that Samsung seems to have fixed that issue.
Noted leakster Evan Blass says the S9 range will be nearly identical in design and feature the same 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch AMOLED Infinity displays.
The larger model is also believed to pack more RAM; 6GB to the regular edition's 4GB. The Western version of handset might possibly be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 660 chipset, but that hasn't been confirmed yet. As for a Face ID equivalent from Samsung, you should not expect one on the Galaxy S9, reports said.