Samsung is going to reveal its flagship smartphone Galaxy S9 on February 25th. Then at this stage, there might not be much secrecy left. On the other hand, WinFuture and Evan Blass have posted a deluge of leaked images and details that come out to confirm main features of the S9, particularly its cameras.
What are the best features of rear cameras of Samsung Galaxy S9?
Certainly it will come with the larger (6.2-inch) and dual 12-megapixel rear cams that will grant it a clear hardware advantage over the 5.8-inch standard S9. This time again, your picking won’t boil down to screen size same as the case in S8.
According to the WinFuture, much like the W2018, the rear camera on the S9 or you can say the main rear camera on the S9 Plus should have the option to switch between f/1.5 and f/2.4 apertures according to the shot you’re taking.
Its rear cameras will allow you to pick f/1.5 for low light or macro shots, or if want more of the scene then you could switch to f/2.4 whenever you want. If you’re interested in more like for zoomed or portrait photos then S9 Plus’ secondary rear camera would be locked at f/2.4.
Moreover, the front 8-megapixel camera wouldn’t be extraordinary for Samsung users; however the leak prop up talk of super slow-motion 960FPS video.
GlaxyS9 should have packed with stereo speakers
It seems that long-rumored AKG-tuned stereo speakers and a latest Exynos 9810 processor (probably a Snapdragon 845 in North America) is going to turn into reality.
Last but not the least; it wouldn’t be Samsung without new colors. Is it?
Initial colors of Samsung GlaxyS9
These would be the initial options of colors
- Coral Blue
- Midnight Black
- Lilac Purple
- Titanium Gray
Although there’s a chance some colors will be restricted to specific regions or carriers.
Furthermore, if the rumors about release date are right, then Galaxy S9 may ship as soon as March 8th.
The only unknown factor at this point is the “price of Galaxy S9”. However, there are claims the S9 might carry a payment over the S8, although these are assumptions from third-party retailers that won’t essentially be held to official prices.
Either way, the leaks support views that the S9 is closer to an S8 revive even though a refreshing and welcome one than a true revamp.
Picture credits: Evan Blass, Twitter