Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus on February 25 at an "Unpacked" event at the Mobile World Congress. Galaxy S9 series smartphones for the USA and Chinese market will feature the Snapdragon 845, while all other world markets will get the Exynos 9810.
The first teaser video of the phone shows off the speed of the device.
Now, we'd like to hear from you - What do you think about Samsung pulling its Oreo update for the Galaxy S8? The video also shows off the 9 number slowly, which makes us believe that the device would come with slow mo camera sensor as well.
Everything appears dark in the second until the number "9" shows up. Some previously surfaced reports reveal that the lower-end S9 will come with a single camera set up at the back, while the Plus variant, which will definitely be costlier than the base variant will come with dual camera set up at the back. Samsung has been pushing the low-light performance for the last several years.
Starting off with information right from the horse's mouth, three new official teasers have been uploaded on YouTube that show off three expected features on the Galaxy S9 duo.
We must caution that Geekbench is just one performance metric for the Galaxy S9's performance, and doesn't take into account graphics performance. A report that was leaked on Wednesday suggested the same.
The camera is one of the most important features buyers look at when buying a new smartphone. This is just a rumored feature and nobody has ever claimed on this till now. The face then turns into animation, similar to the "animoji" feature on the iPhone X, where the front-facing camera mirrors the user's facial expressions.