Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S9 smartphone may include a new display technology meant to make the device thinner and lighter, but the technology may have a second underlying goal: to make it easier for Samsung to implement in-display fingerprint scanners. Galaxy S9+ will feature a dual camera setup on the back. Samsung has confirmed that the phone will be unveiled at Mobile World Congress next month, and it's expected to have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 system-on-chip in United States and China markets and Samsung's Exynos 9810 in global markets.
A new report from ET News, which has reliable on leaks in the past, has revealed just how great those internal upgrades are going to be, and it's more than just a new processor. The handset was also spotted with a 5.8-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display with rounded corners, similar to the Galaxy S8.
Meanwhile, S9 is expected to be powered by Qualcomm's next-generation Snapdragon 845 SoC and Exynos 9810. Based on a leaked retail box, the upcoming Galaxy S9 is expected to come with a faster dual-pixel camera with a variable aperture plus a new Super Slow-mo feature which could rival Sony's 960fps slow-mo.
Although fans of the smaller S9 will be disappointed to hear they might not get a dual snapper to play with, there is one piece of very good news about this camera.
Everyone expects a better camera with each iteration of a flagship smartphone.
As we have mentioned above it is a Beta software update which is released as the 7 Beta update for the device, beings a Beta it is pre-understood that it will not offer a flawless experience, but one can expect a close to the ideal experience.
Another feature coming to the S9 and S9+ is the inclusion of Super Slo-motion mode. A new Samsung mid-range smartphone has been leaked on a benchmarking website which is believed to be the Samsung Galaxy J8 2018. Maybe this new Isocell technology will make its way to the Galaxy S9.
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