Samsung’s next flagship Galaxy S9 was recorded by a Chinese technician while working and recorded on YouTube.
Following the announcement that Samsung’s new flagship Galaxy S9 and S9 + launch will take place on February 25, two new videos of Galaxy S9 appeared in China’s social media platform, Weibo.
The first video shows Galaxy S9 touchscreen being tested. The interface on the videotape with a Chinese keyboard shows no resemblance to the Android Oreo. However, it seems that the screen frames of the device are somewhat smaller than the Galaxy S8.
The second video from the same Chinese source also belongs to a design prototype as much as we know from the fact that the screen is closed. It is also clear that the Galaxy S9 will have only one front camera in the video, showing the healing of the device’s frames.
According to SlashGear’s report, both Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + will be thicker and wider than previous Galaxy Ss. The Galaxy S9 will have a size of 147.6×68.7mm and a thickness of 8.4mm, the Galaxy S9 + will have a size of 157.7×73.8mm and a thickness of 8.5mm.
Samsung wants to reduce the camera output in thickening devices, ISOCELL camera technology is developing. Using Tetra cell technology to provide better performance in low light, the company will also offer Intelligent WDR capability to capture more exposure in a single shot