Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ Video Leaked: Everything you want to know

Samsung Galaxy S9

Samsung is scheduled to unveil the next-generation Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ smartphones at the MWC 2018 in Barcelona. Like in the case of the preview year, you can expect the launch of standard and Plus variants of the Galaxy series and is expected to be available in March.

With just a few hours left for the launch of the flagship smartphones, the launch video has surfaced on the web via Slashleaks. The video runs over three minutes and it exposes all the core features of the upcoming handset. After an initial introduction, the video clearly shows the functioning of the split screen and DeX, which helps you to stream content to the big screen. You can also view the content from the smartphone on the big monitor.

The selection of text is now easier and you just need to roll your fingers over the alphabets. It is also possible to broadcast the presentations to the big monitor, which will help you to work with enhanced productivity. The Galaxy S9 will also provide support for Bixby Live Translation and advanced AR technology.

Some of the other core features of the Galaxy S9 series are app pairing, water-resistant via IP68, Samsung Knox 3.1 and other features. If the leaked video is to be believed, we can expect the release of Galaxy S9 Enterprise edition and the firmware will be available over the air. You can also avail extended warranties for the Enterprise edition. Technically, there will be two smartphones such as Galaxy S9 and S9+ but you can upgrade to enterprise edition if you are an enterprise user.

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According to reports, the main highlight of the upcoming Galaxy S9 series will be the integration of a new dual aperture mechanism. You will be able to capture stunning images even in low-light environments. The Galaxy S9+ will have a dual camera system comprising of 12MP sensors. You can expect a single 12MP camera on the rear of the Galaxy S9 series.

While the Galaxy S9 will have a 5.8-inch Infinity display, the Plus model will ship with a large 6.2-inch Infinity display. The handsets will be powered by a Snapdragon 845 processor in the US and Exynos 9810 outside the US. The battery will remain unchanged but we can expect surprises. As mentioned above, the devices will ship with an advanced Bixby engine, which will set new trends in the smartphone segment.

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