The wait is over. Samsung has finally come up with its new ISOCELL family that offers state of the art technology such as Tetracell and Smart WDR in order to enhance the image quality. The new camera sensor technology will make use of variable aperture and slow-mo video recording. Also, users will get a better overall camera experience as the new technologies will join hands with the company’s Dual Pixel sensors.
ISOCELL Bright uses Samsung Tetracell technology in order to improve light in low-light conditions. Samsung has also integrated its Smart WDR feature through which the sensor can capture multiple times in a single shot. This is mainly to beautify selfies. The amalgamation of Tetracell and Smart WDR will help the new camera sensors to improve the picture quality.
ISOCELL Fast is built to enable full-HD (1080p) video recording at a frame rate of 480fps. Faster autofocus with advanced PDAF (Phase Detecting Autofocus) are available through Dual Pixel and Super PD sensor. Similarly, an ISOSLIM offers high-resolution image capturing in a small presence. ISOCELL Dual that enables optical zoom, low-light shooting along with depth sensor for out-focusing effects. The dual camera setup is sure to get a top-notch treatment on the Galaxy S9+.
As per a rumored image of the Galaxy S9 box, it has a ‘Super Speed’ camera technology with an 8-megapixel selfie camera and a Super Speed Dual Pixel 12mp camera sensor on the back. Super Slow-mo mode and optical image stabilization (OIS) are two new features.
Beside these camera features, stereo speakers would be tuned by AKG along with AKG-tuned earphones. The handset has a 5.8-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display with rounded corners.
More details about the outstanding camera capabilities of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are expected to be revealed at MWC 2018 next month.