The camera sensor technology will likely enable features such as a variable aperture and slow-mo video recording which are rumoured to debut with the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ following month. Also, as some ancient rumours indicated, the new technologies will blend with the company’s Dual Pixel detectors to uplift the total camera experience.
First from the new line is the ISOCELL Bright that utilizes the presence of Samsung’s Tetracell technology to enhance lighting sensitivity in low-light conditions by amalgamating four neighbouring pixels into one giant pixel. Moreover, Samsung has incorporated its Smart WDR feature that permits the sensor to catch multiple exposures in a single shot. This is seemingly to beautify selfies and the shots mostly taken by the front-facing camera. The mix of Tetracell and Smart WDR will allow the new camera detectors to capture greater detail in both bright and dim environments over what has been offered by the company up to now.
In the same way, there is a three-stack quick readout sensor, called ISOCELL Fast, that’s touted to allow full-HD (1080p) video recording in an as high frame rate as 480fps. Samsung has also enabled faster autofocus with advanced PDAF (Stage 2 Autofocus) technology which come via Dual Pixel along with Super PD sensor. In the same way, there is an ISOCELL Slim which offers a high profile image capturing encounter in an as slender and small existence as 0.9 microns. Samsung has also designed its ISOCELL Dual that enables features like optical zoom, low-light shooting, and depth sensor for out-focusing consequences. The double camera setup-empowering ISOCELL Dual is very likely to acquire a top-notch treatment on the Galaxy S9+ that’s rumoured to include two detectors on the back.
As per a newly surfaced image of this Galaxy S9 box, the upcoming handset will include a ‘Super Speed’ camera technologies. The smartphone appears to possess an 8-megapixel AF selfie camera to front along with also a Super Speed-backed Dual Pixel 12-megapixel camera sensor 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 dimensions – f/1.5 along with f/2.4. The variable aperture can permit the user to pick the one which best suits the surroundings.
Aside from the camera-centric attributes, the Galaxy S9 box revealed that there’ll be stereo speakers tuned by AKG as well as AKG-tuned earphones. The handset was spotted with a 5.8-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED screen with curved corners, similar to the Galaxy S8.
Details about the top camera camera capacities of this Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are more likely to be shown at MWC 2018 next month.