Samsung Galaxy S9 may feature ‘3-stack FRS’ camera with ‘Super PD’

Samsung revealed this info on their official website...

By Kārlis Dambrāns from Latvia (Samsung Galaxy S8) via Wikimedia Commons

We already observed plenty of Galaxy S9 leaks, and by analyzing all these leaks we are able to suss basic stuff we need to know regarding the device’s features. Well, these leaks were originated from various sources on the internet, some of them were dependable and some were not, so it’s wise to go directly to the trustworthy source. Such as we found one of the alleged key features of forthcoming Galaxy S9 exposed by Samsung’s itself on their official website. The tech mammoth lately added a webpage to their official site explaining their latest ISOCELL camera sensor. The web page talks about the latest “3-stack FRS” camera which has never implemented on any Samsung device and is expected to include in upcoming Galaxy S9.

From the available specs leaks, we believe that the Samsung Galaxy S9 is going to feature a sole 12MP primary camera whereas the Galaxy S9+ is going to have dual-cameras. Apart from these, we don’t have significant details regarding the function specs of alleged cameras. Now Samsung states in a recently added web page about their camera technology with the Isocell Fast line of sensors, which is going to use a whole new phase-detecting autofocus and that will enable them to find out the distance of fast-moving items even during poor lighting conditions for better and precise auto-focusing. Apart from that, Isocell Fast’s 3-stack fast visual recording sensor is able to capture 1080p HD videos at 480 fps, enhancing slow motion record over its earlier models.

Samsung has affirmed that they will launch the Galaxy S9 along with the bigger Galaxy S9+ at MWC occurring in February. Although Samsung has stayed quiet about their features, speculations say that the device will have a similar build design to previous year’s model and will sport Snapdragon 845 chip. In addition to that, it is feasible that both handsets will highlight a refined software that makes use of artificial intelligence which expected to be named Galaxy AI UX.

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