What to expect from the Galaxy S9? Samsung teases camera features

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Many Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 owners have complained that the speaker placement was unfortunate, as they'd accidentally cover it up when watching videos or playing games.

Samsung Mobile Korea has released three new promo videos or we can say teaser of the upcoming Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ smartphones.

For those unfamiliar with the concept, 3D emoji use a device's front camera to capture the user's facial expressions and "emojify" them. We have yet to see any comprehensive GPU figures for the Exynos 9810 to compare.

The smartphone will reportedly have one speaker at the top and one at the bottom, which would be a great improvement over the current generation of Samsung flagships. The flagship devices will be powered by the Snapdragon 845 processor and perhaps the talking point of the new phones will be the camera. Suddenly the skydiver slows down dramatically as the number "9" appears. Samsung upped the game in this department previous year by adding a dual-camera system on the Galaxy Note 8. This gives a clear reference to the low-light photography. So yes, you would be able to take more pictures and work on the cameras just like normal daylight within the upcoming Galaxy S9 phones. Recent leaks have claimed that the Galaxy S9 duo will be featuring an f/1.5 camera sensor with variable aperture.

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The third promo video hints at iPhone X-like 3D emojis, or what Apple calls it Animoji. Now an online report suggests that the company has halted the update.

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The first video highlights the rumored super slo-mo video recording feature on the Galaxy S9.