What You Need To Know
A camera that shoots at 960 fps and augmented reality are the main talking points from the Samsung Galaxy S9 unveiling. But what else do you need to know about the latest from the world's biggest smartphone maker?
It's What's On The Inside That Counts
Secondly, you won't notice much difference on the outside with the design virtually unchanged (there's a very slight difference in dimensions) from the Galaxy S8. Even the traditional headphone port is included. So what is on the inside?
Bigger sound, a faster processor - the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 to be exact - and Artificial Intelligence that translates text with a simple scan from the camera means that there's certainly a lot to like about the S9.
But it's the dual camera that really stands out, with a particular focus on improving low-light shots.
Specs graphic via Samsung
Samsung's strength has always been their camera quality and it appears they're trying to push Apple aside in that department with this latest release. The super-slow-mo camera also shoots at 960 fps, which is much higher than the 240 fps from Apple's iPhone X.
Show off your directorial skills by adding Super Slow-mo bursts to a video or spotlighting one moment. - www.samsung.com.au
The other huge talking point is the augmented reality, which is very similar to Apple's Animoji feature, however, it lets you create your own character with different hair color, dress senses and accessories.
So there it is in a nutshell. If the S9 tickles your fancy, you can now pre-order your Quad Lock Galaxy S9 Case here.