The first wave of units should start shipping in South Korea on March 9, a day before they're tipped to start making the rounds in Europe. In the meantime, we're guessing this is just the first of more forthcoming leaks of Samsung's next flagship phone. It's a combination of facial recognition and iris-scanning that allegedly improves the security of authenticating into your device using your noggin'. A tweet from Evan Blass also suggests that Samsung took the traditional route when it comes to the design of the Galaxy S9 and S9+. Ahead of the launch, here's EVERY concept, leaked render or photograph of the hotly-anticipated new Galaxy S smartphone.
This means the S9+ will offer users the ability to add DSLR-style depth of field effects to their photos.
Other strings mention features called Smart stay and Smart rotation. The camera will get a major upgrade.
On their own, both iris scan and face recognition have faced criticism over how useful and secure they are. Also, the upcoming J series handset expected to be the new variant with module number SM-J720F. With the cut-out section across the top-left of the device, the asymmetry gives a beautiful aesthetic for a beautiful phone while maintaining that traditional purple color we saw with the S8.
Recollecting some key specifications, the Samsung Galaxy S9 will feature a 5.8-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display, while the Galaxy S9+ will come loaded with 6.2 inches with similar screen resolution.
Evan Blass recently shared Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus renders, and he's almost never wrong, so aesthetics wise, people already know what the phones look like. The same XDA member has also uploaded a Samsung help graphic. Sighs. Hopefully you'll officially be able to remap it, but I'm not holding my breath. Interestingly, despite having Intelligent Scan, Samsung is still being mentioned to bring Face and Iris scanner as two separate options for logging in.
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