The expected Galaxy S9 on 26th of February, will be unveiled on February 25. As Samsung the maker company of the flagship has started sending out invites for the Unpacked event the current year, where the company will take the wraps off the Galaxy S9.

The date for this wrapping off ceremony is February 25th. The upcoming flagship phone of Samsung will make its debut at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona — it is just like what DJ Koh, the Korean conglomerate’s mobile chief, did promise at CES.

The teaser from Samsung that got posted on Twitter, hints at the S9’s “reimagined camera.” While the giant company did not say anything more than that, one of the rumored features of the phone is a variable aperture camera.

As per the rumors going around, the 12-megapixel shooter of the device to be unveiled after a month, will be able to switch between f/1.5 and f/2.4 apertures. As you might be aware of f-stop that pertains to the opening which lets light into the camera. Must keep in mind that the bigger the number is, the smaller the opening & the smaller the amount of light which can go in.

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With an ability to let more light in could do the best to improve a phone camera’s performance even when there is very low lighting. But of course, we do still not know if this very is the feature Samsung is hinting at, as we can not confirm it earlier the unveiling ceremony, so we will just have to wait for the time when big reveal will be made after 23 days from now.

Really, in case the feature gets included to the various extraordinary features expected with the Galaxy S9, then selfie crazy people will be made enjoying every moment of life, even those very moments too when they let go their passion for selfies due to low light.

However, though the reality of what the phone does feature will actually be disclosed on the unveiling ceremony of the flagship, but we can expect some rumors telling us if the Galaxy S9 does feature a camera that works well even in low light. But, for that purpose, we will have to wait for some reliable source to get that mystery exposed.


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