Samsung Galaxy S9 has QuadHD+ sAMOLED display would offer awesome resolution of 2960 x 1440 pixels. The phone would be IP68 dust and water resistant.
Just weeks ahead of the official launch of Samsung Galaxy S9, an online image of the retail box highlights the key features of the upcoming smartphone. There are few surprises left from Samsung’s official Galaxy S9 launch at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018, scheduled to be held in Barcelona between February 26 and March 1.
Galaxy S9 is the successor of Galaxy S8, which was officially launched in March 2017.
According to the leaked retail box image, the screen size of this flagship phone is 5.8 inches. Samsung mentions, however, that this size is taking into account the full rectangle, while the effective screen size is 5.6 inches, allowing for rounded corners.
The QuadHD+ sAMOLED display would offer awesome resolution of 2960 x 1440 pixels. The phone would be IP68 dust and water resistant.
For those who love to capture moments and share them on social media, there’s great news! Apart from the 8MP auto focus front camera, the new smartphone would have a single lens 12MP back camera with variable F1.5 – F2.4 aperture, this is best in class for rear cameras. Those expecting dual rear cameras would be disheartened. For videos, the flagship device would have the “Super Slo-mo” mode.
Another exciting feature of Galaxy S9 is its stereo speakers, available for the first time on Galaxy smartphones. The speakers as well as the headphones included in the box would be tuned by AKG.
The phone would have a second-gen iris scanner, but no facial recognition. Galaxy S9 would be powered by 4GB RAM and have 64GB internal memory, which is a tad disappointing, since Galaxy Note 8 is already available with 6GM RAM and some of Samsung’s other models offer 512GB storage.
Galaxy S9 would allow wireless charging, and full 15W fast charging. Expectations are for Samsung to also launch the Galaxy S9+ at the Mobile World Congress next month.
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