Samsung Galaxy S9 Renders Leaked, Likely to Have AI Capabilities
Rumours have started popping up about Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy S9 smartphone now a day, and we’ve heard a lot of things about its design and specification. Now BGR managed to get render image of Galaxy S9 confirmed the design and clears some facts of the smartphone.
Recently, Galaxy S9 was rumored to get on screen fingerprint scanner, but this new leak confirmed that the Galaxy S9 is not going have a fingerprint reader in the display and it will stay at the back. However, the position has changed compared to its predecessor and moved to a center underneath the camera setup that makes it easy to reach.
Other details include dual camera setup at the back with vertical alignment instead of horizontal. The smartphone will reportedly be powered by Samsung’s own Exynos 9810 processor or the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM.
According to BGR, Samsung has been working on a new facial recognition system to compete with Apple’s TrueDepth feature seen on the iPhone X. Samsung initially hoped to include it in the Galaxy S9, while an earlier report suggested that Samsung will improve its iris scanner to take on Apple’s iPhone X facial recognition feature.
Samsung recently held a press conference in China in which it explained the local version of the Bixby. Samsung said that the environment you see as a user is known in professional jargon as UX or User Experience. Samsung will rename its own UX to AI UX, or artificial intelligence user experience. It therefore, seems that the Galaxy S9 will receive AI applications. Huawei Mate 10 Pro and the Apple iPhone X are already equipped with such AI applications.
Samsung will also launch a higher variant of Galaxy S9+ and expected to be unveiled in February.