A few days before the official presentation of the Samsung that will take place in Barcelona on February 25, we have learned that The new Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will incorporate 3D emojis, something very similar to the animojis of Apple’s iPhone X.
With Samsung’s presentation of the Galaxy S9 AND S9 + just around the corner, thanks to the numerous leaks that have appeared in recent days, we can get a pretty good idea of what we can expect from the company’s new flagship Korean And this time, from the hand of the Korean station ETNews, we get new specifications.
The new Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will incorporate emojis 3D
One of the main features that surprised most in the launch of the expected iPhone X were the Animojis. Apple took a step forward with the emoji universe by giving them life. Their Animojis, allowed users to send their facial expressions wrapped in these emojis as they spoke, sang. Well, Samsung must have seemed a good idea since it now incorporates it to its new Galaxy S9 and S9+.
This “3D Emoji” function -we do not know if it will be the final name that this function will have- will behave in a very similar way to Apple’s Animoji, using the front camera to capture the facial movements and then transfer them to one of several characters that they will come as standard. This assumes that, in addition, phones will come with a wider range of biometric options, including 3D facial recognition and iris scanning.
The information also confirms the dual stereo speakers, which would be the first for a Samsung smartphone. However, these speakers will not be on the front but will be located on the top and bottom edges of the devices. It also confirms the inclusion of a protective plastic case in the box with each phone will be there, allegedly improved, Bixby 2.0, with its annoying, exclusive button always present.
It seems that Samsung is especially optimistic, expecting to reach the figure of almost 80 million units sold during the first quarter of 2018, which would represent an increase of 7.8% over the previous period. Samsung expects a boost like this given the lack of competition in terms of high-end terminals that the new Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + will find in the market at the beginning of 2018.