There are a whole lot of smartphones that will be hitting the retail shops in the following weeks, but one of the devices that will surely pique the interest of most of us is the Samsung Galaxy S9 duo. Recent leaks and official teasers from Samsung have both pointed towards a better camera/photographic abilities for the Galaxy S9 duo. We got to know recently through a leaked retail box that the Galaxy S9 will pack a 12MP rear camera with variable aperture, however, today report suggests the Galaxy S9+ will offer something more interesting.
Going by the leaks, the biggest highlight of the plus-sized variant will be the presence of a dual rear camera which has long been thought to be the same primary camera as the one on Galaxy S9. The latest report, however, contradicts that belief, it has it that the Galaxy S9+ will pack a primary 12MP f/1.4 1/2.55-inch lens with Sony IMX345 sensor, which makes it the smartphone with the largest camera aperture.
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The Sony IMX345 sensor is still not official, we could get to know more about the sensor in the days before MWC 2018 or even right at the February 25th date.
Previous leaks revealed that the Galaxy S9 will come with the “Intelligent Scan”, a feature that will employ both face unlock and iris scanners to achieve superior results than Face ID. The cameras on the S9 duo are also expected to support Super Slo-mo, and a new SuperSpeed technology and optical image stabilization (OIS).