We are talking about the Galaxy S9 here, which, as far as the rumours and speculations are concerned is going to be a much-improved version of the S8 in nearly all aspects.
It is 10 more days to the unveiling of the Galaxy S9 over at MWC 2018, and Samsung is starting to build more hype around its next flagship device by posting three videos over at the Korea YouTube channel. We have yet to see any comprehensive GPU figures for the Exynos 9810 to compare. The third one, improved low-light camera features. The video also shows off the 9 number slowly, which makes us believe that the device would come with slow mo camera sensor as well.
The latest report from ETNews also claims that the Galaxy S9 series will be able to create 3D emoji with the help of their front shooters.
Everything appears dark in the second until the number "9" shows up.
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According to the rumor mill, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus cameras would have a variable aperture of between f/1.5 and f/2.4. This gives a clear reference to the low-light photography. Samsung upped the game in this department past year by adding a dual-camera system on the Galaxy Note 8.
We must caution that Geekbench is just one performance metric for the Galaxy S9's performance, and doesn't take into account graphics performance. Well, this is not the first time that we have heard Samsung planning to bring 3D emojis to the S9 duo.
Samsung has already announced a new Unpacked event scheduled for February 25, where it's expected to take the wraps off its latest flagships. Then again, the official Galaxy S9 launch event is just around the corner anyway.
The minute that Apple priced the iPhone X up at a thousand pounds in November, the writing was on the wall for rising prices on the S9 and every other new flagship phone.