Dual rear camera and a new Intelligent Scan facial unlocking system are coming to the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+, according to leaks.
Ahead of its scheduled release at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) next month, leaks are abound for Samsung's newest flagship phones: the Galaxy S9 and S9+. The Inquisitr previously reported that prior leaks have mentioned that Samsung is focusing this time on its cameras and speakers, after a leaked box of the Galaxy S9 circulated on Reddit claiming the new devices will come with a Super Speed and Super Slowmo feature for its cameras.
To back up the Super Speed and Super Slowmo features, tech reporter and notorious leaker Evan Blass has revealed some very crucial product leaks that finally shows how Samsung is upping their camera game: with dual rear cameras.
Huawei and Apple have been featuring dual rear cameras on their flagships for the past years now, which makes Portrait mode (where the subject is clear and the background is blurred) possible. This time, according to photos leaked by Evan Blass, the Galaxy S9+ will ship with dual rear cameras, compared to the Galaxy S9, which will ship with the traditional single rear camera.
The fingerprint scanner is also shown in the photos, which is placed directly below the camera. If this goes for the better or the worse, we can't be sure yet, but it's exacerbating the complaints about the previous Samsung Galaxy S8 that the fingerprint scanner is positioned too close to the camera.