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Samsung Galaxy S9 retail box picture leaked


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#2
Looks legit!

Especially like the part about stereo speakers. I wonder if it will have fingerprint scanner built into screen. I expect at least Note9 will have it if not S9 series.
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#3
So basically it's the same amazing design and huge screen-to-body ratio of the S8, but they've added stereo speakers and they've kept the headphone jack (according to the rumours so far).
But it has got variable aperture which is NICE!

Hope the price is not through the floor and is reasonable.
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(01-13-2018, 08:41 AM) xoxo Wrote: So basically it's the same amazing design and huge screen-to-body ratio of the S8, but they've added stereo speakers and they've kept the headphone jack (according to the rumours so far).
But it has got variable aperture which is NICE!

Hope the price is not through the floor and is reasonable.


I am not too hopeful about the aperture because most probably it is digital. I don't think it is possible to fit mechanical aperture in such small space in a phone.
Aperture of 1.5 is amazing for background blur but only for dslrs because the crop factor is small, but on phone sensor crop factor is around 3 so the real aperture is around 4 which is still good but it will require digital bluring which with only one lens isn't all that good as the Pixel showed us. You just need 2 lenses for depth sensing.
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(01-13-2018, 01:26 PM) rangbaaz Wrote:
(01-13-2018, 08:41 AM) xoxo Wrote: So basically it's the same amazing design and huge screen-to-body ratio of the S8, but they've added stereo speakers and they've kept the headphone jack (according to the rumours so far).
But it has got variable aperture which is NICE!

Hope the price is not through the floor and is reasonable.


I am not too hopeful about the aperture because most probably it is digital. I don't think it is possible to fit mechanical aperture in such small space in a phone.
Aperture of 1.5 is amazing for background blur but only for dslrs because the crop factor is small, but on phone sensor crop factor is around 3 so the real aperture is around 4 which is still good but it will require digital bluring which with only one lens isn't all that good as the Pixel showed us. You just need 2 lenses for depth sensing.


Most probably it will be a mechanical aperture because Samsung recently launched a phone exclusive to China with variable mechanical aperture (f/1.5 and f/2.4) so they will use same technology in S9.
It is not confirmed whether only S9 will come with variable aperture or S9+ too. S9+ will have dual cameras though.
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#6
And it comes with Treble which is a huge plus because that will make two partitions inside of phone to further simplify updates.

One partition is filled with some drivers, technical shit that OEMs (Companies like Samsung, HTC, Huawei, Xiaomi, LG) fill with.

Another partition is Android itself.

It's created to make updates for android simpler. You just need to update Android code (interface and some features) without touching hardware stuff.

It also let's people to boot same generic AOSP image of Android on different phones that have dramatically different hardware.
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(01-14-2018, 07:21 AM) BBBD Wrote: And it comes with Treble which is a huge plus because that will make two partitions inside of phone to further simplify updates.

One partition is filled with some drivers, technical shit that OEMs (Companies like Samsung, HTC, Huawei, Xiaomi, LG) fill with.

Another partition is Android itself.

It's created to make updates for android simpler. You just need to update Android code (interface and some features) without touching hardware stuff.

It also let's people to boot same generic AOSP image of Android on different phones that have dramatically different hardware.


So what you are saying means companies like Samsung, LG etc. will be able to push updates to the phone more easily and quickly?
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(01-14-2018, 08:18 PM) rangbaaz Wrote:
(01-14-2018, 07:21 AM) BBBD Wrote: And it comes with Treble which is a huge plus because that will make two partitions inside of phone to further simplify updates.

One partition is filled with some drivers, technical shit that OEMs (Companies like Samsung, HTC, Huawei, Xiaomi, LG) fill with.

Another partition is Android itself.

It's created to make updates for android simpler. You just need to update Android code (interface and some features) without touching hardware stuff.

It also let's people to boot same generic AOSP image of Android on different phones that have dramatically different hardware.


So what you are saying means companies like Samsung, LG etc. will be able to push updates to the phone more easily and quickly?


Theoretically yes. Practically.....we will have to wait and see. Take for e.g. Samsung who used their own home made Exynos processor in S6 but still didn't push updates any faster than usual.
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(01-13-2018, 08:17 PM) arifahmed Wrote:
(01-13-2018, 01:26 PM) rangbaaz Wrote:
(01-13-2018, 08:41 AM) xoxo Wrote: So basically it's the same amazing design and huge screen-to-body ratio of the S8, but they've added stereo speakers and they've kept the headphone jack (according to the rumours so far).
But it has got variable aperture which is NICE!

Hope the price is not through the floor and is reasonable.


I am not too hopeful about the aperture because most probably it is digital. I don't think it is possible to fit mechanical aperture in such small space in a phone.
Aperture of 1.5 is amazing for background blur but only for dslrs because the crop factor is small, but on phone sensor crop factor is around 3 so the real aperture is around 4 which is still good but it will require digital bluring which with only one lens isn't all that good as the Pixel showed us. You just need 2 lenses for depth sensing.


Most probably it will be a mechanical aperture because Samsung recently launched a phone exclusive to China with variable mechanical aperture (f/1.5 and f/2.4) so they will use same technology in S9.
It is not confirmed whether only S9 will come with variable aperture or S9+ too. S9+ will have dual cameras though.


Here's that Samsung W2018 flip phone with variable aperture in action:

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#10
Samsung launched a new page advertising its latest ISOCELL camera sensors, some of which are likely to be implemented into the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.

By laying different parts of the camera sensor on top of each other, it becomes much faster – think of Sony’s 960 frames per second (fps) recording in some Xperia phones.

Samsung’s new ISOCELL Bright line features a 3-stack Fast Readout Sensor, this ‘3-stack FRS’ enables the recording of 1080p full HD video with 480 fps. This is not as high as Sony’s sensor, but a big step forward compared to the camera of the Galaxy S8.

In addition, the sensor of Sony imposes a resolution of 720p on that framerate, which amounts to a comparable processing speed. Samsung also explains that the new sensor focuses even faster, by ‘Super PD’ autofocus: super phase detection autofocus.

Without sacrificing too many details, Samsung claims that the sensor can easily estimate the distance to fast moving objects even in low light conditions. The result: an even faster autofocus, and thus the ability to capture high-speed video at 1080p.

The module is extremely small compared to the average mobile sensor, having a pixel size of only 0.9µm.

[Image: samsung-isocell-galaxy-s9.jpg]

The ISOCELL Bright sensor takes advantage of Tetracell, Samsung’s proprietary technology which merges four adjacent pixels and processes them as a single unit with the goal of improving low-light performance.

The sensor comes with support for Samsung’s Smart WDR functionality which quickly takes multiple exposures for a single shot in order to enhance the level of detail in any given image but is also said to be particularly beneficial in poorly lit scenarios. We can expect that Samsung will use this exact sensor on the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus.
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