We’re pretty sure one of the biggest selling points of the Galaxy S9 flagship will be the camera. Since numerous leaks have proved there’s not going to be any change design-wise. A recent leaked retail box spilled the beans regarding the specs of the Galaxy S9. It also included details of the camera setup. The box described the rear camera as “Super Speed” 12-megapixel Dual Pixel rear shooter with Optical Image Stabilization. Moreover, it would also include a variable aperture and super slow video capture.
Today, Samsung’s own website has divulged some more interesting tidbits regarding the rear camera. The source page talks about two main features. One of them is a 3-stack FRS component. The second is “Super PD” autofocus.
In simple words, the 3-stack FRS module will allow recording 1080p videos at 480 fps. That technically means that it can capture 720p videos at 1000 fps. As this leak seems legit, the Galaxy S9 will accompany the Xperia XZ Premium as a rare breed of device with slow-mo.
The new ISOCELL sensor detailed on Samsung’s website also has Super PD or Supper Phase Detection autofocus. The new feature should result in even better autofocus speeds even in low-lighting conditions.
The source page has gone blank quickly that kind of adds to the authenticity of this leak. This also raises questions as to what extra features the dual camera of the Galaxy s9 + will bring to the table. It’s already official that the Galaxy S9 duo will be posing for the shutterbugs at the MWC 2018.