Samsung Galaxy S9: new leaks confirm the camera and the size of the screen

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The Samsung Galaxy S9 is just around the corner. The next Samsung flagship will be presented within the framework of MWC 2018, the largest telephony fair. Little by little, we know new details of the long-awaited phone and now we know new information about the screen and camera of the Samsung Galaxy S9.

As always this type of rumors must be taken with tweezers although seeing previous leaks seems to square with what we will see next Sunday 25 during the presentation of the Samsung Galaxy S9.

Samsung Galaxy S9

The Samsung Galaxy S9 will have a camera with variable aperture

We have been listening to the possibility that the Samsung Galaxy S9 camera is really amazing. And it seems that way it will be. And that the new filtration claims that the next flagship of the Galaxy S family will mount a rear camera of 12 megapixels that will stand out by having a variable aperture, f / 1.5 to f / 2.4, which will allow taking advantage of the best light depending on the environment where you are.

As for the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, the more vitamin version will have in this case with 12-megapixel lenses the same variable aperture as the conventional model. On the other hand, it is confirmed that the camera of Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9 + will be able to record videos in slow motion at 1,000 fps. Simply awesome

Regarding the front camera of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9 + both models will mount an 8-megapixel lens with autofocus and the same technology of iris scanning that we have seen in previous models

Recently appeared a supposed Samsung patent that showed a camera integrated into the interior of the screen. It is really unlikely that the new Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + will adopt this technology so soon, but everything can be.

Samsung Galaxy S9

More space for components and a better screen

On the other hand, it seems that Samsung has created a new type of printed circuit board with a technology that has called “PCB substrate” that is thinner than the previous technology. This technology could be used with the versions with Exynos 9810 processor which would allow a greater optimization of space and, for example, recover some features such as FM radio. Of course, the model with Snapdragon could not take advantage, in principle, that technology so you have to see if there will be differences between versions.

As for the screen, the Samsung Galaxy 9 is expected to mount a 5.7-inch panel while the S9 + would bet on a 6.2-inch panel. Both screens will have Y-OCTA technology integrated into the OLED screen, which allows them to be thinner and 30% cheaper to manufacture. So maybe the Galaxy S9 will be cheaper than its predecessor?