After months of buzz and teasers, the South Korean multinational company Samsung has officially announced their latest Galaxy S9 and S9+. The new handpiece maintains the model from its predecessors while also introduces several new features, including the latest Android Oreo OS as well as the new variable aperture camera which is designed to make the most of low-light photos and super slo-mo videos. Along with the larger 6.2-inch screen and a bigger battery capacity, the S9+ adds a second 12-megapixel rear camera.

Incorporated into the new camera app is Samsung’s version of iPhone X’s Animoji called AR Emoji. It lets you capture a photo of your face to build a custom 3D character with your appearances. It is also one of the few next-gen phones that still comes with a standard headphone jack.

Available in three colors – midnight black, coral blue and a new hue, lilac purple, the pre-orders for both the S9 and S9+ will begin on March 2nd with a price range between USD $719 and USD $ 839. Watch the introduction video above and stay tuned for more updates.

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ was Finally Announced
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