Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+ To Feature Variable Aperture, Y-Octa Display Technology
The upcoming Mobile World Congress show is scheduled to be held from the 26th of February to March 1st. While a lot of companies will showcase cool concept phones, a few smartphone makers will be stamping their authority in the market with their new flagship devices. One such company is Samsung, who has confirmed that the Galaxy S9 and S9+will be unveiled at the MWC 2018.
There is not much left to be known about the two devices as is with every big smartphone launch, most of the details have been leaked. However, we are still a month away from the launch and Samsung is expected to add a lot of bells and whistles to its upcoming 2018 flagship smartphones. A new report is claiming that the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ will have a camera with a variable aperture, and other features like a Y-Octa Display technology.
In a previous leak, it was confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will have a 12MP camera with an f/1.5 aperture. It has now been revealed that the smartphone will have a variable aperture instead of a fixed one. The report suggests that with a variable aperture of f/.5/ to f/2.4, the camera on the Galaxy S9 will be able to adjust aperture similar to a DSLR camera.
The report also claims that Samsung will be using the new Y-Octa display technology on the new flagship devices. The Samsung Galaxy S9 is expected to have a 5.77 inch display and the Galaxy S9+ is expected to have a 6.22 inch display with the new flexible Y-Octa OLED technology. Lastly, the report also mentions some of the under the hood advancements.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will be the first Samsung phones to introduce the SLP (Substrate like PCB) motherboard technology. This technology helps in creating more space inside to add other components like a bigger battery, advanced chips etc.