Samsung Galaxy S9: 3 Pros and 2 Cons Why It To Blow Your Mind

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Samsung has released three trailers revealing more details about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy 9. The release is scheduled for February 25.

Read pros and cons of new Samsung product on Nexter.org.

Why you’ll probably like Samsung Galaxy S9:

1. Camera

In two trailers, Samsung advertises the camera’s capabilities: an excellent photosensitivity (a lens with a replaceable diaphragm from F/1.5 to F/2.4) and Super Slow-Mo mode.

Source: pocketnow.com

2. Animated 3D emojis

The third video confirms the information appeared this week that company will present its own version of animated 3D emojis like Animoji in the iPhone X.

Users will be able to choose emoji masks from various 3D-characters, including animals, which will be able to repeat facial expressions of the user.

Source: applemagazine.com

3. Accessories

The company is to release a bunch of cute and colorful cases for the smartphone. Black, red, blue, pink and many more made of high-quality material.

Reasons you won’t like Samsung Galaxy S9:

1. Boring design

Design Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + will remain almost unchanged compared to its predecessors, with the exception of one notable difference.

The camera panel will now be arranged vertically with a fingerprint scanner under the camera module.

Source: androidcentral.com

2. The price

The cost hasn’t been officially announced yet, but TechRadar considers Galaxy S9 will have almost the same price as its predecessor, that is about $725.

The prediction is based on lack of massive design changes.

It’s less than the cost of iPhone X, however, it’s still quite an expensive phone.

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Source: latenightparents.com

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