The 3D emoji reportedly include animal characters that can be shared with friends. Now, a user manual has surfaced on Samsung's official website that reveals a new wireless charger that has seemingly been designed for the Galaxy S9. The feature basically maps uses facial features of a user and superimpose it in a form of animated emoji. Another rumor has now surfaced which suggests that the Galaxy S9 may have stereo speakers.
It sounds almost identical Apple's Animoji, though the report briefly hints that Samsung's version has a trick up its sleeve. The name of Samsung's version of the feature is now unknown. They are also equipped with rear dual-cameras and dual speakers at the top and the bottom of Smartphones. Just a few days after, we now have this report that Samsung will probably be nixing the in-display sensor, to the sadness of the multitude of Samsung fans out there.
Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus on March 16, with pre-orders expected to kick off two weeks earlier.
Both the smartphones will come loaded with "3D Emoji" feature.
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With the Galaxy S9 launch so close, it is time to look forward at the next phone Samsung will have to offer - the Note 9. This "3D Emoji" function can be used while using texts or messengers instead of emoticons.
We noted in January that Samsung is planning on introducing its own version of Animoji, and now there's another report out saying the same.
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S9 phone could borrow another iPhone X feature if the rumors are true. Samsung pushed the boundaries of design with the Galaxy S8 and by doing so naturally had to move the fingerprint sensor that typically sat on the home button. Samsung was also said to be working with several other companies like Qualcomm, Taiwanese company IGES Tech and Beyond Eyes to produce such a sensor.