According to a tweet by the tipster Roland Quandt, the Galaxy S9 will use a 3000mAh battery (11.55Wh) and the Galaxy S9+ will use a 3500mAh battery (13.48Wh). There's been talk on several occasions of upgrades there and now LetsGoDigital has come across a Samsung patent describing an iris camera combined with a light source module and a remote sensor. Also, the larger Galaxy S9 Plus would feature a vertically-aligned dual camera module on the rear panel.
Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ battery units, charging flex board, etc leaked in images
Another new accessibility feature found in Samsung Experience 9.0 is Color Lens, which applies a color over the screen to eliminate the white background and potentially help relieve eye strain. Samsung Galaxy S9 "Active" rumours hit the web Now that we are sure of the Galaxy S9 smartphones coming out within next four weeks, fresh reports have started pointing out attention towards their "Active" variant. Samsung Galaxy S9 was spotted with model number SM-G960F/DS, where DS stands for dual SIM and F for worldwide variant, according to the report. The Galaxy S9 Active shouldn't come as a surprise considering Samsung has launched the Active variants of all its Galaxy S flagship models since 2013. The pictures all have the number "9" on them, suggesting the upcoming Galaxy S9 series. Samsung further confirmed it by adding star in the file name of its MWC event invitation. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 received a new update yesterday, though the new software version did not bumped the security patch. There are also a handful of jackpot devices that are speculated to run both Qualcomm's Snapdragon and Samsung's Exynos processors. With regards to the camera, it is said to feature a 12MP sensor with a variable aperture mechanism that adjusts from f/1.5 to f/2.4.