Samsung Galaxy S9 is rumored to have aperture that can be changed manually

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Samsung Galaxy S9
Samsung confirmed they will launch the Galaxy S9 next month, in the Mobile World Congress. Towards the launch time, no wonder if more and more leak information circulating. One of them is a picture of the Galaxy S9 box that appears on the internet forum, Reddit.

From the picture of the box, there is a lot of information that can be known about the Galaxy S9. Most of the information on the box does sound reasonable.

Galaxy S9 will have a 5.8 inch AMOLED screen with Quad HD + resolution, 8MP front camera, IP68 dustproof and dustproof certificate, an iris scanner, 64GB of internal memory and 4GB of RAM.

In addition, the Galaxy S9 also mentioned will have a wireless battery charging feature and a pair of earphones set by AKG. Samsung does not make much changes to the Galaxy S9 when compared with its predecessor, Galaxy S8.


One rumor circulating about Galaxy S9 is that it will have a changeable aperture. The information in this box seems to reinforce the rumors. Given that Samsung has launched a flip phone whose camera aperture can be changed manually, then it is possible if this rumor is true.

Another rumor about Galaxy S9 is that smartphone will be able to take video "super slow-mo". Samsung's camera phone will be able to take slow-motion video at 1,000 fps, beating the Sony Xperia XZ Premium which can take slow-motion video at 960 fps. Galaxy S9 also mentioned will have stereo speakers set by AKG.

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