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Moreover, it also brings more launch details.

Leaked promotional material has finally put to bed all rumors surrounding the device.

Yesterday some images for Samsung Galaxy S9 were leaked from some renowned tipsters.

Both the smartphones will also support slow-motion recording up to 960fps.

Samsung will use augmented reality in launching its Galaxy S9 flagship smartphone.

The Galaxy S9 will further come with a single camera sensor on the rear. These are the same battery capacities, which we present in the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ as well.

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If these numbers do turn out to be accurate, then the Galaxy S9 price will come up short of the iPhone X price, but just barely. That change is on the camera, with the Galaxy S9 featuring one camera on the back and the S9+ including the dual camera setup that everyone had been waiting for. For selfies and video calling, there will be an 8-megapixel front camera with f/1.7 aperture.

Samsung is probably one of the companies which have been in the news substantially, owing to their much-anticipated flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy S8. It will feature a 6-inch screen along with a 2160 x 1080 pixels resolution.

Samsung will also focus on health features during the presentation, introducing new, unspecified, services for some markets.

US customers can take some comfort in the fact that a straight currency conversion of euros to dollars won't necessarily give you the S9's expect price tag in this country. This could very well be the starting point for both handsets, with more capacious storage costing more. Meanwhile, preorders in South Korea are expected to open on February 28. In terms of operating power, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will have the latest-generation processors, namely either the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 or the Exynos 9810, depending on the country. Of course, this isn't an exact euros-to-dollars translation, but when it comes to smartphone prices, that isn't usually the case anyway.