While nothing is set in stone at the moment, more shreds of evidence are surfacing online hinting that the Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+ will not undergo any sort of radical overhauls, not least in terms of fingerprint usage. At the back, there is a single camera lens with LED flash. The single 12 MP camera with F/1.5 aperture will offer 4K video recording capability with portrait mode via dual pixel technology.
WhatsApp to offer PIP mode and private reply in groups features soon
The new features will be introduced in the 0.2.7315 version of the app, beta version of which has been submitted to WABetaInfo . According to a report by GizBot , this new feature is available on WhatsApp for iOS and is expected to come to Android soon.
In an Android world where software updates have always been a real problem, OEMs have given customers the notion that only high-end phones are entitled to not only receiving software updates, but also receiving them well ahead of other midrange and budget phones. It will borrow Galaxy S8-duo's design with infinity display, slim bezels, and no home button.
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Following a third-place finish last season, they are now fourth in Russia's Premier League. The first legs will be played on 15 February with the return a week later.
Samsung has been rumoured to unveil its Galaxy S9 in the first quarter next year. The device will pack the Snapdragon 845 coupled with the new 10nm Exynos chip, under its hood. For global buyers, it's looking like the smartphone will be equipped with the Exynos 9810 chipset - a custom creation featuring Samsung's third-generation CPU and a new and improved GPU. 802.11b/g/b WiFi connectivity and Global Positioning System navigation are to be included as well, which is to be expected with any new flagship. That said, the sensor on the S9 isn't likely to be a revolutionary development over its predecessor, the S8.
McLaren unveils Senna supercar
There's a roof scoop that feeds air into the engine's carbon-fiber intake manifold to amplify induction noise. In typical supercar fashion, there's also the lure of rarity: McLaren will make just 500 Sennas.
But it seems that Samsung is keen to take the fight to Apple once again, with new reports suggesting that the Galaxy S9 will featured a vastly improved iris scanner. It's looking like photography enthusiasts may want to upgrade to the Plus when it's time to buy a new phone, but this information is all preliminary and unconfirmed.