As you can see, the Galaxy S9 looks similar to the Galaxy S8 from the front, although the case covers the better part of the front, the report says the phone will look like the Galaxy S8.
The phone may release earlier than expected, with prolific leaker Evan Blass suggesting that we could see a release as early as Q1 2018 - a release that's a good amount faster than usual. There's also reliable information that suggests that the phone will be powered by Samsung's next-generation Exynos 9810 processor, or the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 in a few different areas like the United States. Yes, the Galaxy S9 will come with two cameras at the back, and they will be vertically oriented. Along with more RAM, the S9+ will also feature dual cameras just as the Note8. There is going to be a strategy change, though, since unlike what it did with the S8 and S8+ Samsung plans to differentiate more of the S9 and S9+'s specs.
While the S8/S8+ were identical in terms of RAM, the S9/S9+ will depart from this, with the S9+ being launched with 6GB of RAM, while the S9 will remain at 4GB, as well as coming with a dual-camera setup.
Both models will have 64GB of internal storage, microSD slots for additional storage and - believe it or not - 3.5mm headphone jacks.