Also, as some early rumours suggested, the new technologies will blend together with the company’s Dual Pixel sensors to uplift the overall camera experience.
First in the new line is the ISOCELL Bright that uses the presence of Samsung’s Tetracell technology to enhance light sensitivity in low-light states by amalgamating four neighbouring pixels into a giant pixel. The tech was originally declared back in last October. Additionally, Samsung has integrated its Smart WDR feature that enables the detector to capture multiple exposures in a single shot. This is apparently to decorate selfies and the shots mostly taken by the front-facing camera. The mix of Tetracell and Smart WDR will enable the new camera sensors to capture greater detail in the bright and dark environments over what’s been provided by the company up to now.
In the same way, there is a three-stack fast readout detector, known as ISOCELL Quick, that is touted to enable full-HD (1080p) video recording at an as high frame rate as 480fps. Samsung has also empowered faster autofocus with advanced PDAF (Phase Detecting Autofocus) technology that come via Dual Pixel along with Super PD sensor. Similarly, there is an ISOCELL Slim which provides a high-resolution image capturing experience in an as thin and small existence as 0.9 microns. Samsung has also designed its ISOCELL Double that enables features like optical zoom, low-light shooting, and depth sensor for out-focusing consequences. The dual camera setup-empowering ISOCELL Dual is very likely to get a top-notch treatment on the Galaxy S9+ that is rumoured to come with two sensors on the back.
As per a newly surfaced image of this Galaxy S9 box, the upcoming handset will include a ‘Super Speed’ camera technology. The smartphone appears to have an 8-megapixel AF selfie camera on the front and also a Super Speed-backed Dual Pixel 12-megapixel camera detector on the back. It is also anticipated to have a ‘Super Slow-mo’ mode and optical image stabilisation (OIS) as well as two different aperture sizes – f/1.5 along with f/2.4. The variable aperture can allow the user to pick the one that most suits the surroundings.
Apart from the camera-centric features, the Galaxy S9 box revealed that there’ll be stereo speakers tuned by AKG as well as AKG-tuned earphones. The handset was also seen with a 5.8-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display with curved corners, similar to the Galaxy S8.
Details regarding the top-end camera capacities of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are more most likely to be revealed at MWC 2018 next month.