Samsung’s Galaxy S9 Launch Video Leaks Before The Official Announcement

Hours before Samsung was planning to unveil its next in line flagship smartphones of the year, it posted the launch video of the Galaxy S9 on YouTube. Be sure to note that it wasn’t intentional. The MWC 2018 is happening and we’re seeing new products and gadgets being unveiled. While some of them are not that important to take into the mobile industry’s account, others mark a major milestone.

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Samsung’s Galaxy S9 is one of the biggest announcements at MWC 2018. The company will kick off its Unpacked 2018 event in a matter of hours and we can’t be more excited about it. The launch video leaked details several aspects of the device, some of which we have already seen in previous leaks. So let’s get on to it and check out the leaked launch video of the Galaxy S9.

Galaxy S9 Launch Video Gets Posted On YouTube Before Official Announcement

This year’s Galaxy S9 flagship was previously quoted to feature an upgraded camera. We will say it again, the camera will be the company’s shiny new addition to the industry. This is due to the fact that competitors have rapidly advanced forward in terms of the technology. Yes, we’re looking at the Google Pixel 2. So Samsung is focusing on camera to compete against the giants of the industry.

As can be seen, the design and form factor of the device pretty much matches that of the Galaxy S8. However, we can see the repositioned fingerprint scanner at the back. So for all of those angry index fingers, the fingerprint scanner has been centralized for seamless authentication.

As we have mentioned earlier, the camera remains to be one of the most anticipated features of the device. Judging on the bases of the launch video, the camera features a built-in translator. In addition to this, AI also plays a major role in it since the entire industry is now keeping it as a priority.

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The device still features IP68 certification for dust and water resistance. Even though it’s not a new feature but we’re glad that it made it to the next iteration of the device. There are a lot of new features which are part of the device and which we haven’t covered already. We have added the video below, so have a look yourself.

If you are interested in watching the event live, here’s how you can do so on multiple platforms, Stay tuned.

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