If recent leaks about the Samsung’s next year flagship came out true, it is definitely beating Apple’s iPhone X in both power and design. With the company working hard on its upcoming flagship, more and more details have begun to emerge about the next year’s device.
The latest leaks about the Samsung Galaxy S9 come from South Korean publication ET News, which recently published a story on the camera abilities of the company’s upcoming flagship device. As per the report, Samsung is developing a powerful camera that is capable of taking 1,000 images per second, which is almost same as the professional broadcasting equipment today.
That interprets a super slow-motion feature that is beyond the current industry trend. The iPhone X, for example, already has one of the best cameras, but its slow-mo abilities are limited to 1080p videos at 240 fps.
The flagship’s camera setup would have a DRAM chip that could temporarily store data. According to a Forbes report, the mass production of the chip would start November, according to a Forbes report.
The Galaxy S9’s super-slow-motion sensor would compete with Sony’s own slow-mo on the Xperia XZ Premium. Sony’s 960 fps sensor also left the latest iPhone X behind, but it lacks the capabilities of Samsung rumoured 1,000 fps imaging unit for the Galaxy S9.
If all leaks regarding Samsung’s next flagship proved to be true, it would definitely lead the ongoing race among smartphone manufacturers. With rumoured specs including the yet-to-be-announced Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, 6GB of RAM, a dual-camera configuration and an even more impressive design, the Samsung Galaxy S9 would most likely outpace other smartphones on the first half of 2018.