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Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+ To Feature Variable Aperture, Y-Octa Display Technology

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Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+ To Feature Variable Aperture, Y-Octa Display Technology

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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.

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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.

Galaxy S9+ Case Renders

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.

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Vipul Vij
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