If all of the reports we’ve heard so far about the Galaxy S9 are accurate then it seems that the upcoming flagship isn’t going to bring a lot of design changes. However, these reports suggest that Samsung is going to make significant improvements in the camera department to help its customers justify the purchase of a new flagship smartphone. The teasers that it’s now posting online do suggest that the camera will be one of the biggest selling points of the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+.

“The Camera. Reimagined” is the tagline that Samsung has been using to hype up its upcoming flagship smartphone. The company released new teasers yesterday for the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ which hinted at some of the camera improvements that we can expect from the handsets.


Samsung has posted another teaser online today with the same tagline. It hints at improved low-light performance and slow-motion video recording as well as 3D emoji. Reports suggest that the 3D emoji feature will be similar to the iPhone X’s Animoji with some reports even suggesting that Samsung’s counterpart will be more advanced than Animoji.

Samsung is going to unveil the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ on February 25th at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Fans will certainly be excited to see what the new flagship from Samsung brings to the table. We can expect to see more teasers and even more leaks about the handsets in the days leading up to the official launch.

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