Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and S9+ will feature cameras with variable aperture and slow motion video, with the larger device packing a vertical dual lens setup.
That’s the latest line from sources close to Samsung, who have revealed all just days before both the S9 and S9+ are due to launch at Mobile World Congress.
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While variable aperture tech has been mooted before, this is the first time we’ve hard concrete details about Samsung’s plans.
The S9’s camera is said to have the option to switch between f/1.5 for low light and f/2.4 for standard scenes.
The same lens is also set to feature on the 6.2–inch Galaxy S9+, although that handset will also tote a second lens designed to take improved portrait shots. Each camera will have 12 megapixel sensors.
Rounding out the latest crop of imaging rumours is talk of a new, 960 frames per second slow motion mode on the front–facing eight megapixel camera.
Samsung is unlikely to have much left to surprise the assembled media with come 25th February, with its plans for AKG surround sound speakers, dual SIM tech and 64GB of storage also laid bare.
Meanwhile, serial leaker Evan Blass has unveiled images of the S9 and S9+ in black, grey and purple.