27 Feb 2018

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Samsung Galaxy S9 And S9+ Launched With Reimagined Camera

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 + have been flooding the internet since 2017 with Slseveral rumoured images and specs.
Amid all these rumours, it's been hard to differentiate between the real and rumoured specs.

Samsung has finally released the Samsung Galaxy S9 devices and it comes with an upgrade to last years S8.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ looks very much like the Galaxy S8 in appearance and comes 5.8-inch QHD Super AMOLED screen, 64GB internal storage which is expandable using an external SD card.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 device is powered by a Snapdragon 845/ Exynos 9810 processors, 4GB of RAM, Stereo speakers, Bluetooth 5.0, a 3,000mAh battery size and IP68 water resistant.

The device also comes with an AR Emoji and a Reimagined camera which is the high light feature of the phone. We will look at the camera later.

Though Samsung users might be a bit disappointed with the battery size of the S9, Samsung added more power pack to the S9+ which comes with a 3,500 mAh battery size.

Samsung Galaxy S9+ comes with a 6GB RAM, 6.2-inch screen and a secondary telephoto camera.

The device 12 Mega Pixel camera sensors come with a mechanically adjustable variable aperture setup; the f/1.4 lens for 28 percent more light in dark conditions and f/2.4 lens for outdoor shooting.

Users can easily switch between the two apertures easily right from the camera app.

According to Samsung, the Galaxy device comes with an improved autofocus technology for easier and reliable shooting, and also, the camera captures 30% better low-light pictures with multi-frame noise reduction.

The Galaxy device also scans users face creating a 3D detailed map of the user's face. The camera has a super Slow-Mo video feature which records at 960 FPS 4-times slower videos when compared to the standard 240 FPS.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 will be priced at $720, while the S9+ will be sold for $840. Pre-order will begin in March.
Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 + have been flooding the internet since 2017 with Slseveral rumoured images and specs.
Amid all these rumours, it's been hard to differentiate between the real and rumoured specs.

Samsung has finally released the Samsung Galaxy S9 devices and it comes with an upgrade to last years S8.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ looks very much like the Galaxy S8 in appearance and comes 5.8-inch QHD Super AMOLED screen, 64GB internal storage which is expandable using an external SD card.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 device is powered by a Snapdragon 845/ Exynos 9810 processors, 4GB of RAM, Stereo speakers, Bluetooth 5.0, a 3,000mAh battery size and IP68 water resistant.

The device also comes with an AR Emoji and a Reimagined camera which is the high light feature of the phone. We will look at the camera later.

Though Samsung users might be a bit disappointed with the battery size of the S9, Samsung added more power pack to the S9+ which comes with a 3,500 mAh battery size.

Samsung Galaxy S9+ comes with a 6GB RAM, 6.2-inch screen and a secondary telephoto camera.

The device 12 Mega Pixel camera sensors come with a mechanically adjustable variable aperture setup; the f/1.4 lens for 28 percent more light in dark conditions and f/2.4 lens for outdoor shooting.

Users can easily switch between the two apertures easily right from the camera app.

According to Samsung, the Galaxy device comes with an improved autofocus technology for easier and reliable shooting, and also, the camera captures 30% better low-light pictures with multi-frame noise reduction.

The Galaxy device also scans users face creating a 3D detailed map of the user's face. The camera has a super Slow-Mo video feature which records at 960 FPS 4-times slower videos when compared to the standard 240 FPS.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 will be priced at $720, while the S9+ will be sold for $840. Pre-order will begin in March.

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