New Samsung Galaxy S9 camera features

New phones from Samsung, Galaxy S9 and S9+ were announced yesterday.

Samsung announced the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + for the first half of this year.


The design has remained the same, which is good in this case, and it is still the most expensive phone in the world of Android. The Galaxy S9 looks even better than in the pictures, and is still as good in the hand as the S8. The only bigger design shift is to move the fingerprint sensor from the impractical position next to the lens of the camera to a more logical place under the lens. Now it is much easier to reach the sensor, much more naturally. 


The display is still one of the strongest sides of the Galaxy S9. Super AMOLED panels have a diagonal of 5.8 and 6.2 inches, with Quad HD resolution (2960 X 1440 pixels). It is one of the very best screen displays on the market, which Samsung calls "Infinity Display" and which stand out on the 18.5: 9 aspect ratio.


The biggest change is in the camera. The S9 has a single-minded 12-megapixel camera with 1.4 micron pixels and a lens with a variable aperture. The aperture range is from f/1.5 to f/2.4, which allows for adjusting the level of illumination by pattern to the human eye. When outside is light, the aperture is narrower, and when it is dark, it increases to the maximum aperture of f/1.5. Also, on new Galaxy phones we got "Super Slow Motion" which can record up to 960 frames per second.

Available from 16th of March, 2018.

Learn more about phone here.

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