Samsung Galaxy S9 Official Promos Released to Slow-Mo Camera, Animated Emoji

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However, Samsung has now chimed in and has revealed why it stopped the release of Oreo update for both these 2017 Galaxy flagships.

Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus on February 25 at an "Unpacked" event at the Mobile World Congress. Galaxy S9 series smartphones for the US and Chinese market will feature the Snapdragon 845, while all other world markets will get the Exynos 9810.

For those unfamiliar with the concept, 3D emoji use a device's front camera to capture the user's facial expressions and "emojify" them. Let's check out the videos right now!

In the first video, everything is shown happing at a quick pace, but it slows down towards the end just before the appearance of the number "9".

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Everything appears dark in the second until the number "9" shows up. This gives a clear reference to a slow-motion camera for the Galaxy S9. So far, we know it will have Bluetooth 5.0, new functions, innovations, wireless charger, AKG speaker, and Bixby Vision update among others. Reports suggest that the upcoming flagship duo, aka Galaxy S9 and the S9+ may see major enhancements in the camera department, and will mostly push the low-light photography.

According to the rumor mill, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus cameras would have a variable aperture of between f/1.5 and f/2.4. Samsung upped the game in this department a year ago by adding a dual-camera system on the Galaxy Note 8. Yes, unlike Apple's Animoji, Samsung is going to introduce their own 3D Emojis on the new Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ smartphones.

The camera is one of the most important features buyers look at when buying a new smartphone.