Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus: among the specifications also a photo sensor f / 1.5 with manual variation
Continue i rumors about the new Samsung Galaxy S9, the future top of the range of the Korean house that could be unveiled, surprisingly, as early as the beginning of 2018 at the CES in Las Vegas starting on 11 January. Today we deal, in particular, with the photographic sector, one of the main and distinctive elements of a top-of-the-range smartphone.
According to some rumors, in fact, the new Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will be able to count on a rear photographic sensor that will be equipped with a focal aperture of f / 1.5 with manual variation by the user. If these rumors are confirmed, it would be an absolute novelty for modern smartphones. In the past, in fact, such a solution had been proposed exclusively by the Nokia N86.
Considering what has emerged to date, the Samsung Galaxy S9 is expected to feature a single rear sensor while the largest S9 Plus should propose a system of dual rear camera (as already seen with the Note 8) alongside the main sensor f / 1.5 also a secondary sensor with f / 2.4 with telephoto lens.
We also remind you that Samsung plans to carry out a restyling for the rear body of its top of the range with the moving the fingerprint sensor lower. Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus will present the two photo sensors aligned vertically unlike what happens on the Note 8, where the alignment is horizontal.
As pointed out at the beginning, the new top of the range of the Korean house should make their debut earlier than traditional times. Samsung has already started the production work of the new second generation 10 nm SoC, the production process with which the new Exynos 9810.
The Korean company, therefore, would be ready to unveil its new flagships as early as the beginning of next year, on the occasion of the opening of CES 2018 in Las Vegas. The sales phase of the new Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus could therefore begin as early as February. Keep following us for all the updates.