After the successful launch of Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus and Galaxy Note 8, the giant tech company is working on their upcoming flagship device Samsung Galaxy S9.
According to a report, Samsung is going to feature a camera in Galaxy S9 which can click up to 1000 pictures a second. They are still in the working and testing stage and will soon start the mass production in November.
A standard camera setting, you will find a camera sensor and a logic board which is accountable in snapping images. After the image is passed through the sensor, the logic board does some calculation and then changes into what you see stored in your gallery of your smartphones.
The Korean company is working on a “three-layered image sensor” on the cameras of Galaxy S9. Samsung will be adding a DRAM chip into that process to let the camera to capture video at 1000 fps. And this will make the camera for the slowest of the slow-mo sharing the position with Sony.
However, there has not been an official confirmation. All the information is based on rumors and speculations.
There is no doubt that this year’s Galaxy S8’s camera has impressed everyone, but the iPhone X also holds camera lens which is able to give a tough competition to Galaxy S8 and Note 8 too. Some even say that S9 may opt for a dual camera setting. So it is important for the company to give a grand makeover to the S9’s camera so that they can continue to create the buzz among their fans.
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