Samsung teases massive digicam updates with Galaxy S9 invitations

Posted January 27, 2018

According to Blass, although the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+, will be incremental upgrades to last year's Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+ - largely in design and core hardware - both the phones will offer different set of specifications.

Samsung Galaxy S9
SAMSUNGSamsung Galaxy S9 invite

The Galaxy S9 duo are expected to launch at this event that will be held at 10:30pm IST on February 25. In S9+ the dual cameras will be placed vertically and below the camera panel, the fingerprint sensor will be placed which will be easier to reach, unlike S8+.

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Luckily, we don't have to wait much longer to get answers to our questions about the camera and all the rest of the S9's specs. The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will feature 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch Super AMOLED displays with the larger model having better hardware than its smaller counterpart.

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The major difference between the Galaxy S9 and its predecessor is that it has 6GB RAM/128GB of internal storage for S9 and 4GB RAM/64GB of internal storage for the standard S9. Both of them will also have rounded screen corners, something that's evident from the renders shown above. Previous reports have that the Galaxy S9 might have an iris scanner integrated into the front camera and the Galaxy S9+ might sport a separate one. The new Samsung phones will come with a repositioned fingerprint sensor, underneath the rear camera lens. The new S series flagships appear to carry forward the S8's design and aesthetics but embrace new internals. That's not even a month from now, and, we have already told you to expect more information about these smartphones to surface online until they are announced.

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It is also reported that Galaxy S9 will be able to shoot slow motion Full HD videos at 480 frames per second.