The floodgate seems to have opened on the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, and the latest rumor is pointing to one heck of a camera on the larger of the two devices.
Rumors have started to circulate that Samsung’s two latest flagships will make their initial bow at CES 2018, and with that new rumors are already popping up as to what we might see from the devices. According to information provided to Droidholic, the Galaxy S9+ will sport a f/1.4 lens on the primary rear camera which would be the largest aperture in the smartphone world.
To date the LG V30 and Huawei Mate 10 have made waves with f/1.6 lenses. If this rumor proves to be true – and we are suggesting you take it with a healthy dose of salt – the Galaxy S9+ should provide some amazing photos, especially in low-light situations.
With the rumored appearance by both versions of the S9 at CES 2018 which takes place in early January, we should expect to see an onslaught of rumors about the two new phones in the coming weeks. Although, we should note that just because the phones may appear at CES doesn’t mean that they will launch immediately, but how amazing would it be if they did?
Stay tuned for more Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ news and rumors.