Samsung is primed to reveal his latest flagship, the Galaxy S9. Fortunately for anybody desperate to hear what is coming on Feb 25th, there is been no shortage of leaks and renders before a big day. It isn’t great News for the secret keepers in Samsung, but provides us lots of threads to pull ahead of the big uncover in Barcelona. According to WinFuture specifications, the main difference between incoming S9 and S9 Plus will still be the screen size.

Nevertheless, it might not be the only thing separating the 5.8 inches Galaxy S9 from the 6.2 inches Plus version. The bigger S9 Plus will seemingly pack double 12 megapixel back cameras, a first for the Galaxy S family, even when the Note 8 picked up a second camera last year. Judging by the leaked pictures from Evan Blass, Samsung’s designers are not making any drastic stylistic changes. The new Galaxy S9 will seemingly be screen, with only a small part of the bezel. We are Not knocking it Samsung’s 2017 flagships set a brand new standard for stylish mobile phones, so we are happy to see the same design.

Early renders offered a silhouette with strangely thicker sides than last year’s S8, although last week’s blitz of escapes suggest infinity displays that once more stretch right from edge to edge, if not quite to infinity. In the beginning Of the year, Samsung’s chip division announced its latest Exynos mobile processor, and it made an important deal on how its new chip would enhance future mobile phones AI functionality, face detection and picture recognition. Real time 3D scanning of your face, then, will be very possible. As the news Release put it: Hybrid detection enables sensible face tracking filters in addition to Stronger protection when unlocking a device with one’s face. As Samsung’s Asia only W2018 from last year, the camera can tap into a f\/1.5 aperture for low light shooting or macro photography, but also use a f\/2.4 aperture to ensure greater objects are in focus. F\/1.5 can be an extremely low f stop for a smartphone, and implies more light hitting the image sensor, more details and less noise. A very early leakage, including a possible retail box for your S9, indicates this variable aperture camera will do it into both the new phones.