Details of Samsung GALAXY S9
Though Samsung is yet to clarify on the release plans of its much-awaited S9, rumor mills are rife that it will be launched in the early part of next year, most probably on the month of February or March at the Annual Mobile World Congress Trade Conference. The Samsung S9 is expected to feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8xx processor in select countries and next-gen Exynos processor in other regions. According to UniverseIce on Twitter the upcoming Exynos9810 processor will utilize the Exynos-M3 architecture, making it the ‘most powerful CPU architecture ever’. The latest revelations by KGI Securities indicates there could be a possibility that Samsung may finally bring an on-screen fingerprint sensor instead of the physical one. Unconfirmed reports suggest that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will be slightly shorter than their predecessors with 144.1mm in length, making it about 5mm shorter than the Galaxy S8. Sources from the related areas suggest the Samsung Galaxy S9 will support modular accessories but without a fingerprint built into the screen. 64GB of internal storage comes as standard on the S8 and S8+ and given the massive allocation of space that it already possess, we will not be surprised if Samsung decides to keep the same storage space for the S9 or even a phone with an even larger storage option of 256GB. With regards to the camera, the Samsung Galaxy S9 is supposed to have the capacity to shoot some staggering slow motion video. The handset is expected to present various equipment and programming charges, and perhaps an entirely new design. As indicated by some unsubstantiated sources, Samsung is planning to present attractive sticks on the back of the telephone that will enable outside modules to be attached. These modules could incorporate enhanced camera focal points, a battery pack, or extra sensors. We expect that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will keep running on Google's new Android Oreo software. Trustworthy sources from the world also suggest a curved display on all four sides and an effective new 7nm processor that could build execution and power productivity. Brighter screen and better forward looking snapper could likewise highlight alongside the standard cluster of new colors.
The Samsung Galaxy S gadgets have offered fantastic camera functionality since the Galaxy S6, enhancing year-on-year, so we can expect the same from the Galaxy S9. The well-known KGI Securities analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, who has got his predictions absolutely spot-on with many launches, anticipates the Galaxy S9 and S9+ will feature a dual-lens camera. This follows the footsteps of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 that features two 12-megapixel cameras, one with an aperture of f/1.7, the other with f/2.4. It is also rumored that Samsung will also feature a sensor capable of shooting at 1,000fps which will definitely allow it to shoot super slow-mo videos and pose a mighty challenge to the Sony Xperia XZ Premium, which has a sensor capable of 960fps. Since the Galaxy Note 8 brought the biggest improvement to Samsung's camera game in two years, the Galaxy S9 in all probability will feature a brilliant dual cam setup. In order to keep up with competition, Samsung might increase its aperture, optical zoom or even widen the angle of view, coupled with our strong belief. Though there has been no confirmed news on the megapixels yet, we can surely expect a superb performer, wide aperture and further developed highlights, as it has become a kind of a norm associated with high-end phones. Iris filtering is available on the Galaxy S8 and S8+ and it works splendidly so we can hope to see the innovation show up on the S9, likely further enhanced once more. Rumors have been thick and fast on the lines that Samsung is working on a 1000fps image sensor, which will allow the S9 to be capable of super slow-motion video recording. According to unidentified reports, Samsung is planning to drop virtual sensors altogether and will instead place a physical sensor on the back. As for specific features, there is no doubt the Galaxy S9 will have the same App Pairfunction seen on the Note 8. With App Pair, you can add shortcuts to the phone's edge display that bring up not one, but two apps in multi-window mode. The Samsung Galaxy might feature a Samsung-branded artificial intelligence chip which will help the phone connect to smart home appliances.
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