Samsung teases the upcoming Galaxy S9 in a set of new videos

Samsung’s launch of Galaxy S9 is just days away and we are seeing more leaks than before but now it looks like Samsung itself is ready to share details officially. The Korean giant has now taken YouTube to share some teasers of the upcoming flagship device.

All the videos shared by the company are just 15 seconds long and focus on very specific features of the device like the Apple’s Animoji and low light photography. You can head below to have a look at all the videos.

This video shows just the faces of random people with a 3D avatar on one of the photos at the very end of the video which might suggest a competitor for Apple’s Animoji. We recently reported something similar being spotted in a report published by Korean newspaper ETNews.

This video shows night scenes with low light environments and at the end of the video is a still frame of a dear with better lighting pointing towards the low light capabilities of Samsung Galaxy S9. About a month ago, we reported that Samsung might be planning to use f/1.5 aperture on the rear 12MP Galaxy S9’s camera for better low light photography.

This video shows off fast moving objects recorded and photographed and ends with a single man gliding in slow motion. This video might be teasing the slow-motion capabilities of the Samsung Galaxy S9. Again, a leak earlier claimed that Galaxy S9 can capture a video of a resolution of 1080p at 480fps.

Lastly, as we were putting together this article, Samsung released another video on YouTube with the title “Camera Reimagined” which is incidentally the theme of Samsung’s event this year. This might be the final piece to puzzle and it sure does suggest that Samsung is almost ready to reveal the Galaxy S9 this year at MWC 2018. You can check out the final 30-second video below.

So what do our readers think about this? Will you upgrade or buy the Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

You can head to our Samsung Galaxy S9 page to check out the full coverage of the device.

Via: Neowin

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