It is 10 more days to the unveiling of the Galaxy S9 over at MWC 2018, and Samsung is starting to build more hype around its next flagship device by posting three videos over at the Korea YouTube channel. In a recent report, we learned that the Galaxy S9 will feature stereo speakers, have better tracking on its ‘animoji’ feature known as 3D Emojis, and before that we did also learn that the S9+ could come with a powerful f/1.5-f/2.4 dual camera system. The videos posted by Samsung seem to confirm some of the these features we have learned about the S9.

For instance, this video seems to be focused on speed with fast moving subjects, which we can definitely expect that as the Galaxy S9 and S9+ are going to be powered by either a Snapdragon 845 processor or Exynos 9810 processor, while the S9+ is expected to come with 6GB of RAM. Samsung is also said to have included AI machine learning in its new flagships too as a response to Huawei’s efforts on the Mate 10 series.

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Galaxy S9 hype grows with a powerful camera, 3D emojis and Benchmarks 2Apart from that, a leaked Antutu screenshot of the Snapdragon 845 variant of the S9 shows at least 40% of improvement over the current S8.

Next, this video actually shows how well the Galaxy S9 can capture bright and detailed low light photos, as it tends to demonstrate that for the shot of the deer at the end. We would also like to assume that it does well in video recording too, as shown in the beginning of the clip.

Finally, this clip confirms the existence of 3D emoji on the S9, which tends to show how accurate the S9’s facial tracking system can do to track all sorts of facial reactions, which we definitely can’t wait to see where it can be used across the S9’s software, as the iPhone X’s animoji is only limited to iMessage at the moment.

Expect more things to come as the day draws nearer to February 25. What are your thoughts on the Galaxy S9?

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