Most of us expected Samsung to unveil the new Galaxy S9 on February 26, but it turns out we were a little bit wrong. A post on Samsung’s Mobile Press website from earlier today reveals that their new flagship smartphone will be launched on February 25, but that will also be on February 26 if you live in another time zone. This also means that the S9 will be launched on the first day of Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 in Barcelona.
A teaser image was included in Samsung’s invitation, but it doesn’t reveal a lot. The first you see is probably the big 9 in the middle of the photo, which means it’s referring to the Galaxy S9. The photo also includes the text “The Camera. Reimagined,” as well as a link to Samsung’s website where they will be live streaming the event.
The text about the camera likely means that Samsung’s flagship will be equipped with a new hi-tech camera or dual-camera system. One of the most exciting rumors claims that the camera will have an adjustable aperture. However, this feature is currently limited to DSLRs and other cameras right now. By changing the aperture, it would be possible to regulate how much light reaches the sensors and allowing better Depth of Field in your photos.
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