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New Galaxy S9 Leaks: Latest Y-OCTA Display with Thinner Circuit board, Specs & Features

New Galaxy S9 Leaks: Latest Y-OCTA Display with Thinner Circuit board, Check Specs & Features: – As you all may know that Galaxy S9 is about to come out soon in the market. You all are going to love the new rumors which are claiming that the new Y-OCTA display panels which are really going to make you all amazed for sure. Samsung Galaxy S9 is in rumors since very long time and people are talking about so many things about the features and specs of the phone. We are sure that they all are going to be smartphone once it is out on the market.

Reports are coming that the Samsung Galaxy S9 has been in rumor and now you all can catch its debut in the market at MWC 2018 global unveiling at the CES a few days ago. We have been expecting more believable leaks and rumors since then, and a new report from ETNews brings some new information to the table. We are sure that you all are going to love the new phone because it offers great features that are great. Hasselblad 400-Megapixel H6D-400c Camera

Galaxy S9 Y-OCTA Display Features

If we talk about the leaked features then we can say that you’ll see a variable aperture rear camera on the both the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus models. Also, the reports are claiming that Samsung is expected to integrate the iris scanner into the 8MP selfie sensor. It is not yet known how Samsung will manage to achieve it but this feature is only meant for the smaller S9; the bigger S9 Plus will have a separate housing for the iris scanner like the current S8 flagships. BenQ 4K UHD HDR Projectors Features

 We aren’t sure about the all the information which are coming out for the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are right but we are expecting that Y-OCTA display panels, which will aid for better optical properties, will be lighter, thinner and will be 30 percent cheaper to manufacture than the existing film-based touchscreen panels on current Samsung phones. Y-OCTA is claimed to be Samsung’s proprietary technology and incorporates the touch layer in the OLED panel.