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Samsung Gives You ‘The Camera, Reimagined’ For Its Upcoming Galaxy S9

By Yoon Sann Wong, 26 Jan 2018


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One month from today, Samsung will be unveiling its Galaxy S9 that it claims, “will change how you experience everything.”

Since its design is anticipated to remain largely similar to the Galaxy S8, the Android giant would have to differentiate it in other ways, one being the camera.

Samsung has just released a teaser that confirms its trademark filing for “The Camera. Reimagined” that surfaced several weeks back. The clip also hints that the gadget could house new sensors, recently clued-in by Samsung’s semiconductor branch after it published a web page detailing brand new phone camera sensors. The site also details the dual camera, which is a potential feature anticipated for the Galaxy S9.

According to SamMobile, Samsung’s recently announced ‘Exynos 9810’ flagship processor that has dual-ISP or Image Signal Processing can support up to four image sensors. This includes a dual camera at the back, a front camera, as well as an iris sensor in the front. The chip is said to improve image quality, power usage, and auto-focus.

If you need a visual on what the Galaxy S9 could potentially look like, check out these renderings.

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Samsung’s Galaxy S9 will be unveiled on 25 February at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Register here to receive the latest updates on this model.




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[via SamMobile and CNET, video via SamsungMalaysia, images via various sources]
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