Samsung launched the latest smartphones in the Galaxy S series earlier this week at the recently ongoing MWC in Barcelona and the latest smartphones are named as the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+. As far as the smartphones are concerned, these are also the successors to the Galaxy S8 and S8+ from the company which is the flagship Galaxy S series smartphone of 2017. Now, we have known that there are not many differences between the Galaxy S8 series and the Galaxy S9 series in terms of design.
As far as the design is concerned, the Galaxy S9 has a fingerprint sensor below the camera module which was placed on the right of the camera module on the Galaxy S8. Also, the Galaxy S9 Plus has a dual camera setup on the back whereas the Galaxy S9 has a single camera on the back. Also, there are many features and improvements in terms of the camera on the Galaxy S9 like Slow Motion mode up to 960 fps and others like Portrait mode as well. Now, it is also known that the Galaxy S9 has blood pressure measurement capabilities as well.
Yes, you have read that right. We have officially known that the Samsung Galaxy S9 also supports blood pressure measurement which was not highlighted much in the launch event. However, this is a very important functionality to have as we can now measure blood pressure levels on the go even on a smartphone which was unheard of few years back. As far as blood measurement is concerned, this is possible on the Galaxy S9 via “revolutionary optical sensor” to directly measure blood pressure. Now, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus were launched last week and the pre-orders have already started with the phone to be available by March first week.