Samsung teases the Galaxy S9 with three vague new videos

Samsung teases the Galaxy S9 with three vague new videos

We've already seen the official Galaxy S9 covers leak multiple times and at least two are now available for purchase.

Samsung is gearing up to launch the successor of its last year's flagship device - Galaxy S8 this February 25, a day ahead of MWC 2018.

We must caution that Geekbench is just one performance metric for the Galaxy S9's performance, and doesn't take into account graphics performance. It's made from high-quality synthetic leather materials and will provide adequate protection for the device.

Samsung isn't far from announcing its new Galaxy S9 with more hype behind it than Apple's biggest iPhone release since the original iPhone, with the iPhone X not really turning that many heads. It could also be highlighting the rumoured super-slow motion video recording feature.

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As cameras peak in basic quality, one feature where each stands apart is low-light performance. Suddenly the skydiver slows down dramatically as the number "9" appears.

According to the rumor mill, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus cameras would have a variable aperture of between f/1.5 and f/2.4.

Having used a similar approach for the launch of last year's Galaxy Note 8, Samsung has today released a handful of new teaser videos for the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus on its South Korean YouTube channel, with the short flicks focusing on the photographic capabilities of the upcoming flagship handsets. Then appears the number "9" and his face turns into a 3D cartoon version of his face. The publication added that you'd also be able to customize your animated character's looks, hairstyle, and clothing. This gives a clear reference to a slow-motion camera for the Galaxy S9.

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