We already know what to expect and more from the Samsung Galaxy S9. Many Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 owners have complained that the speaker placement was unfortunate, as they'd accidentally cover it up when watching videos or playing games.
Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus on February 25 at an "Unpacked" event at the Mobile World Congress. Galaxy S9 series smartphones for the USA and Chinese market will feature the Snapdragon 845, while all other world markets will get the Exynos 9810.
As cameras peak in basic quality, one feature where each stands apart is low-light performance.
Let's consider the promo videos one after the other. We have yet to see any comprehensive GPU figures for the Exynos 9810 to compare. It is a clear indication that the Galaxy S9 will bring an Animoji-like feature that will mimic your facial expressions using the front camera.More news: Apple HomePod May Leave White Rings on Some Wood Furniture
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Well, the number of devices that are affected with this issue is not big, because the update had just begun rolling out, and, it was first rolled out only to those users who had participated in Samsung's beta program.
Starting off with information right from the horse's mouth, three new official teasers have been uploaded on YouTube that show off three expected features on the Galaxy S9 duo. Samsung upped the game in this department past year by adding a dual-camera system on the Galaxy Note 8.
Samsung has already announced a new Unpacked event scheduled for February 25, where it's expected to take the wraps off its latest flagships. Apple already introduced the so-called Animoji with the iPhone X and stirred a great deal of interest, and a similar feature on Android would likely prove to be popular.