A video which features Samsung Galaxy S9 in a touch sensitivity test has been leaked by a user on Weibo. By this video, it’s confirmed that S9 & S9 Plus are likely to follow the similar approach to the design as of last year’s S8 & S8 Plus with AMOLED display, which are the Samsung’s best selling smartphones of 2017.
Though the new S9 series features the same look, Samsung has been focusing on tech inside it. S9 might feature the ISOCELL mobile imaging sensor, which has been featured on a webpage of semiconductor division, the use of 3 stack FRS ( Fast Readout Sensor) will allow shooting 1080P HD resolution at 480 FPS. With this ISOCELL, now you can get much improved light sensitivity in low light conditions which can give clear details on bright & dark areas.
ISOCELL provides all these features in a slim camera module, thus allowing for much slimmer designs from Samsung. Though the ISOCELL tech looks great, it’s still not yet confirmed by Samsung about using this tech in S9 series.
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Earlier, S9 & S9 plus has been spotted on a database of Chinese 3C certification site, which states that the devices may come with Dual SIM & supports fast charging at 9V/1.67A (15W) and standard charging at 5V/2A.
The database features 3 model numbers SM-G9650, SM-G9600 & SM-G9608. SM-G9650 is the S9 Chinese model, SM-9608 is the Taiwan version of S9 & the other one SM-G9650 will be the Chinese version of S9 plus. There will be a huge difference in upcoming S9 models, as they are planning to release the US, China & Canada version with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, whereas the rest of the markets with Exynos 9810 chipset. Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9 Plus is likely to be launched at MWC 2018 which is on Feb 26 at Barcelona.