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Samsung Galaxy S9 teaser clearly hints at new amazing camera features

Samsung has released yet another teaser reminding the launch of Samsung Galaxy S9 at the Galaxy Unpacked event in Barcelona, ahead of MWC 2018.

Much like the previous ones, the “Camera. Reimagined” teaser is  focused on camera features, considering that might be the only major upgrade on the Galaxy S8 range’s successor. The video teases various elements such as flash, iris, photo tagging, selfies, and other youth-oriented features.

As we mentioned, a video posted on Samsung official Youtube channel reveals several expected features of the Galaxy S9’s camera. Unlike the last round, this is a longer 30-second teaser that starts off with focusing on a person’s “iris” suggesting an upgrade in the front-facing iris scanner. It then moves on to show flashes from different light sources pointing towards a possible upgrade in low light or night photography.

Shown next are a few social media-focused features such as photo tagging, numerous selfies, and Snapchat-like emojis for the front camera.

Apart from that, previous teasers have hinted at camera features like a super slow motion camera, low light photography, and Animoji-style 3D emojis on the upcoming flagship phones.

With these internal upgrades in S9, we can expect Samsung’s upcoming flagship phones to be priced at a record high. Previous reports have suggested a $100 (roughly Rs. 6,400) hike over the previous generation Galaxy S8 range. Additionally, the Galaxy S9+ variant is likely to get a dual-rear camera setup, while the Galaxy S9 is not.


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