LG Says its Next Flagship Smartphone (LG G7?) is on Schedule

The sensor shown in the illustration shows a 3-stack FRS that can capture videos at 480fps in full HD resolution

For those not familiar with the date, that is indeed the start of Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, the expected unveiling date.

It's official! Samsung has sent out press invites for its highly-anticipated Galaxy S9 launch event.

Samsung has traditionally used MWC to unveil its latest flagship phones, although technically the launch doesn't take place at MWC.

There's also talk of the S9 getting a 12-megapixel rear camera with the ability to.

All details will be revealed in February but we're quite excited, especially if we can get incredible slow-motion video without an expensive DSLR.

There is no definite confirmation that the ISOCELL technology will be seen in the Galaxy S9, but fortunately for excited Samsung fans, the wait will not last long.

The company's artistic graphics too show numerical 9 to affirm our prediction about Galaxy S9 series launch, and also, it comes with tag-line "Camera".

Along with the invite, Samsung said, "If a picture is worth a thousand words, the latest member of the Galaxy family has a lot to say".

Additionally, the S9 duo will come with Smart WDR feature which enables the sensor to capture multiple exposures in a single shot. While the top bezel appears to be about the same size as what you'd find in the Galaxy S8, the Galaxy S9's bottom bezel looks to be thinner than last year's version. The devices might integrate Samsung's ISOCELL sensor that uses in-house "Tetracell technology" to deliver better low images with high colour fidelity. Sony is also reportedly coming with their next-gen flagship Android smartphone at the upcoming MWC 2018. Let us know in the comment section below. However, as often happens with most leaks of similar models, it must be given the credibility it deserves, being probable that the video in question is false or of a clone model to the Galaxy S9.

While the LG G6 came with an older Snapdragon 821 SoC instead of the then-latest Snapdragon 835 SoC, we hope to see the ideal LG flagship device this year.