Galaxy S9 official launch video surfaces

Reports suggest this new flagship device, the Nokia 9, could sport a futuristic display along with a revamped camera module and an improved camera setup. The two phones will run Android 8.0 Oreo with the Samsung Experience UI 9.0. That should probably not take long since it has been a while since the release of the S8.

It is also reported that the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus will retain the current screen sizes of 5.8 inches and 6.2 inches, respectively.

Last year, the South Korean company launched a promotion which slashed over £200 off the Galaxy S8 when customers traded-in an old iPhone. There will be 6GB RAM and other bells and whistles that you usually get with the top Galaxy S phone. It is resistant to dust and water and can be unlocked with a glance.

When it rains, it pours, at least that's what the state of the Galaxy S9 looks like right now, a day before the official announcement. Both the phones will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 (Exynos 9810 systems-on-chip in the rest of the world). The ISP can capture images at up to 16 MP at 60 images per second, as well as high-definition slow-motion video at 480FPS. The video shows off both devices in all their glory and reveals special Enterprise Editions of the phone for business users. We know for sure that the Samsung Galaxy S9, and the Galaxy S9+ are coming on February 25. "Reimagined" tagline, a spin on the camera slogan that's been doing the official rounds from Samsung already. And over here at India Today Tech we will cover them when they are shown. The ability to capture videos in super slow-motion is another of the rumored features. We have seen many leaks and rumors about the device in the past and this latest once confirms all of that except one thing. Unfortunately, despite the fact that many are looking forward to upgrading to Samsung's latest phone, the Galaxy S9 event will reveal a phone that is largely iterative rather than a handset that brings something new to the table. Share us your views by commenting below. So please, surprise us Samsung.

There will also be a fingerprint sensor and a heart rate monitor.

  • Arturo Norris