Samsung teases massive digicam updates with Galaxy S9 invitations

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The claimed design was published at VentureBeat and it was told that the shipping and selling of the latest smartphone through retail will commence from March 16 onwards. 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+. The new S series flagships appear to carry forward the S8's design and aesthetics but embrace new internals. Furthermore, Blass posted complete specifications of the upcoming devices. The Galaxy S9 will sport a 5.8-inch display, while the S9+ a 6.2-inch, with 18:9 aspect ratio.

Blass says Galaxy S9 will arrive with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage while Galaxy S9+ will have 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. The schematic of the Galaxy S9 shows what looks like a single camera setup on the back, with a fingerprint sensor below it. The major upgrade in the S9 and S9+ will be the cameras. Syncing with the Mobile World Congress 2018 event in Spain, Samsung has made a decision to let their competitors know they are ready with the phone that should be worthy of 2018 and also sport a whole lot of features including a reportedly fingerprint scanner which will be integrated on the display itself. He had revealed the images of Galaxy S8 duo and Galaxy Note 8 ahead of their launch past year. It's good to see Samsung differentiating both the phones. The primary [rear] 12MP camera is said to have a variable aperture that can mechanically adjust and switch between f/2.4 and smallest-in-class f/1.5.

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With that press invite now out a new rumor from a popular leakster suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will have a mind-boggling capability to record videos at a whopping 1000 frames per second, that's some super slow motion stuff.