9 less known features of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 +

Every year Samsung presents a fantastic new Galaxy S series device, and this year is no exception. This year’s Galaxy S9 not only has the best hardware on the charts at the moment but perhaps also the best camera ever seen on a smartphone and also the best software features.

Although it’s still too early to discover features like long battery life and system performance, we know a lot about what the Galaxy S9 offers us. Although you may already know the best features of the Samsung Galaxy S9, there are some that you may not yet know.

9 less known features of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 +

Here is a list of fantastic hidden features of the Galaxy S9 that you should know.

1. Slow-motion video directly on the lock screen

Slow-motion shots on the lock screen

The smart camera of the Galaxy S9 is capable of doing many things, including capturing super slow-motion video in high definition. The best thing is that you can put your video in slow-motion directly on the lock screen and enjoy it every time you unlock your Galaxy S9.

2. Ask Bixby to record a super slow-motion video

With its powerful camera this year, Samsung will take slow-motion videos to the next level. With the Super Slo-mo function, you can automatically shoot at 960 frames per second in short bursts (for about 0.2 seconds in a 6-second video).

3. Instantly edit videos in slow motion

It’s not enough to simply capture a video in slow motion, that’s why the Galaxy S9 has built-in instant editing features. You can easily add music to your video in slow motion or choose from a series of preloaded songs. Furthermore, you can even loop the video in reverse, forward or in oscillation and easily transform it into a GIF.

4. Double opening mode and excellent photos in low light conditions

In an attempt to make even better the photos taken at night with the smartphone, Galaxy S9 is now equipped with a double aperture mode. With the f-stop mode, the F1.5 mode automatically goes into action in a dark environment, while the F2.4 opening mode can be used during the day to help you take perfect pictures.

5. AR Emoji brings conversations to life

To face Apple’s Animoji, Samsung offers us AR Emoji with the Galaxy S9 to highlight your animated version. Just create your AR Emoji, and let the front camera do its job and create your very own expressive avatar with clothing, accessories and more.

6. Emoji AR custom stickers

With animated AR Emojis, you can capture your emotions in real life and even share them in animated form with 18 different AR stickers, With a range of emotions to choose from, your animated tea can now express more than your real “you” can do with words. Now you can simply press the Bixby button and ask your virtual assistant to create your emojis.

7. Improved audio experience

Ending up giving in to its users’ requests, Samsung added stereo speakers to the Galaxy S9. With hardware developed by AKG’s audio doctors, you can now find Dolby Atmos surround sound on the Galaxy S9 for a unique audio experience.

8. Samsung Knox reinforced

Since the new fingerprint sensor and iris scanner weren’t enough, Samsung went ahead and added software-level protection with Knox. Get multi-layered protection with root protection, secure boot and Knox Container to isolate apps and company data from your personal content.

9. Adjust the background blur on the Galaxy S9 + later

Using the second telephoto lens of the Galaxy S9 +, you can adjust the background blur on the device according to your desire, even after clicking on the image. He’s really strong eh ??

Bonus is the protective case free?

One of the most interesting things we’ve seen on the Galaxy S9 is the one that comes out of the box. While it clearly states that the content may vary by country and operator, it was interesting to see a transparent protective case included in the package.

What is your absolute favorite feature of the Galaxy S9 that will inspire you to buy it? Let us know in the comments section below.

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