The Samsung Galaxy S9 will be the most crucial release for the South-Korean tech giant of it has to continue its lead in the smartphone industry as the iPhone X has sparked a massive interest within buyers and they’re switching to it at a much faster pace then the company has every thought.
Apart from that the advance FaceID and the all screen design making the phone more unique as well as it features the most advanced camera’s and also a powerful processor known as the A11 bionic.
To counter this Samsung will be improving on the design, camera and the processor according to latest reports, in which it has been mentioned that Samsung will have the 9th series Exynos chip making it the beefiest one and will take on the A11 Bionic. However, the company will also have a Galaxy S9 running on Snapdragon 845.
So, if the 9th series comes out to be more potent then the 845, then there’s a high probability we won’t see a Qualcomm variant. The Exynos 9810 will also have matching GPU to the A11 and will be capable of supporting speeds at Cat. 18 6CA. Furthermore, the chip will be based on 2nd Gen 10nm process also making it highly battery efficient.
Coming towards the camera’s the Galaxy S9 with no doubt will have a Dual-Camera setup similar to the Galaxy Note 8, however, OIS might be missing if Samsung decides to keep that premium feature exclusive for the Note fans. However, two new camera sensors Samsung has up its cards that’s the 12MP ISOCELL 2L9 and a 24MP ISOCELL Slim 2X7, both are next-gen sensors with Dual-focusing tech, Deep trench isolation method, and better low-light capabilities.
On the design side, bezel’s will shrink, and a more screen real estate will be pushed to its edges, almost making them non-existent. Moreover, previous leaks pointed out that Samsung is still testing, under the display fingerprint scanner, if its innovative face ID alternative doesn’t perform up to the mark or better then Apple’s implementation. The release is also said to be in 3 months from now as Samsung can’t let more consumers buy the Apple iPhone X.