If the tagline for the Galaxy S9 line is truly "Film Your Story As You Intended", it's pretty clear that the main draw of the phones is the photo and video capabilities.
The South Korean tech giant has designed a smartphone concept to rival the long-rumoured Samsung Galaxy X - a mobile that folds out into a tablet.
The upcoming Galaxy flagship would be the successor to last year's award-winning Galaxy S8.
Samsung has always been working on folding smartphones, and has regularly teased concepts for such a device.
Samsung is working hard to bring the benefits of being on Samsung.
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But, he stressed, "it is important that we do that in parallel and don't vitiate the fundamentals of the Iran nuclear deal". A planned meeting with embassy staffers was cancelled owing to the United States government shutdown.
While the nearly bezel-less Galaxy S8 comes with a stunning 5.8-inch Quad HD+ Super-AMOLED Infinity Display, reports suggest S9 doesn't offer any upgrades here. Reports suggest that the foldable smartphone will feature a massive 7.3-inch OLED display. The smartphone appears to have an 8-megapixel AF selfie camera on the front and a Super Speed-backed Dual Pixel 12-megapixel camera sensor on the back.
Meanwhile, S9 is expected to be powered by Qualcomm's next-generation Snapdragon 845 SoC and Exynos 9810.
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S9 smartphone may include a new display technology meant to make the device thinner and lighter, but the technology may have a second underlying objective: to make it easier for Samsung to implement in-display fingerprint scanners. The dual camera setup-empowering ISOCELL Dual is likely to get a top-notch treatment on the Galaxy S9+ that is rumoured to come with two sensors on the back.
But even that's not the most impressive new feature.
On S9, Samsung moved the fingerprint scanner a little so that it's just below the rear camera. The camera could also have a face detection feature.