A new rumor suggests that Samsung will use a “new sensor” on the Galaxy S9, and this is due to some alleged information obtained from a LinkedIn profile of a Samsung Principle Engineer working on a variety of issues, directions of the ship smartphone. In the first image in the gallery below, the company’s engineer concentrates on a new sensor for the Galaxy S9 and says he is thinking of something for the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S11. Said that Samsung is not necessarily working on these two devices, but perhaps it has put forward ideas for features or hardware to be used.
New sensor words are all that is mentioned in Linkedin’s profile, so there is no detail about what kind of sensor this is. Samsung’s 2017 flagship Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 + and Galaxy Note 8 are now equipped with an iris scanner, the latest sensor type to be added to Samsung’s devices. While the “new sensor” can technically be found in virtually any type of sensor, some of the other details listed in the engineers’ achievements are of concern.
The first place on the Professor list is that this person works on image sensors and camera systems for Samsung’s next-generation mobile devices, including those on the Galaxy smartphone line, and the engineer works on Dual Pixels. 2016 Galaxy S7 sensor. With this in mind, the new sensor referred to may be a new type of camera sensor for the device.
In addition to the new sensor added to Dedikodular, it is said that the Galaxy S9 will have some new IOT functions based on the information listed on a different LinkedIn profile for a Wireless Engineer working for Broadcom Limited. It says here that you are trading for different market APs for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9, and that it is listed as the experience I have with IOT. This is the Galaxy S9 ‘ does not mean much about what kind of new IoT functionality it will have; but whatever it is that Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 + can do for both of what they can do at present, phones are tightly integrated with compatibility for SmartThings devices and other smart home devices already coming from different brands.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 came out recently, but the Korean company continues to work hard to remain the number one smartphone maker. On the Weibo website a trusted source, @IceUniverse, has said that Samsung would start mass-producing the Galaxy S9 in December.
Apparently, it would be announced in January and go on sale in February 2018. The Samsung Galaxy S9 would have a screen of 5.77 inches, the Galaxy S9 + of 6.22 inches. In addition, according to @IceUniverse, the device will keep the 3.5mm headphone jack. We will see if it is finally confirmed if so the Samsung terminal would arrive before the 2018 Mobile World Congress. For now, wait to know the date of presentation and some other real image of the device.
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