An alleged leaked screenshot from the S Health app, appears to show the heart-rate sensor in the position formerly occupied by that troublesome fingerprint sensor.
As you can see in the image, the use of the phone’s heart rate monitor which appears to be located to the right of its rear-mounted camera setup, whereas the fingerprint sensor is depicted as residing below the imaging system.
The credibility of the leak remains somewhat dubious, with its source having a mixed track record. The same screenshot also gives more credence to recent reports claiming that while Samsung will be equipping the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus with two rear cameras, the setup won’t look like the one seen on the Galaxy Note 8 and will instead entail two vertically arranged sensors.
Finally, the Galaxy S9 is expected to have a dual-lens camera on the back, although the story doesn’t say whether both Galaxy S9 models will get it. An earlier report said that only the Plus smartphone will have a dual camera, while the regular S9 will have a single-lens shooter.
According to the news comes from The Korea Herald, which reports that Samsung is likely to unveil the phone either during the Mobile World Congress in February, or at its own press conference in March. Check Galaxy S9 full roundup here.