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The front camera on both phones is 8MP with f/1.7 aperture. This also includes dual-aperture for improved photography in low-light conditions. Curiously, if you take a closer look, you will notice your own facial features on the avatar, but you can customize it: you can go for a more cartoonish look or change the hairstyle and clothing. One of the key features is Super Slow-Mo video, which records 720p at 960fps.

"The result is photos with far less noise than anything we've seen on a smartphone, " he wrote.

There are two variants of the wireless charger now: the Fast Charge Wireless Stand and the Fast Charge Wireless Charging Convertible. However, when it comes to the smartphone, most companies have centred their attention around camera and AI in a bid to grab the attention of the social media generation. But the Galaxy S9 Plus does have the advantage of having a second sensor for shooting. Unlike the Galaxy S9, the OnePlus 5T does not feature any form of IP certification for water and dust resistance.

However, Samsung had maintained that it is "India's Number 1 smartphone company by a distance".

We have yet to test the Galaxy S9's camera and its dual-aperture, and we'll report back with our findings.

The S9 can mechanically adjust the size of its aperture, which is usually something a full-size camera can do, and it's also a first for smartphones. While the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X were the first smartphones to have this feature, the S9 is the first Android phone, although you'll likely see it in more devices as the Snapdragon 845 becomes more popular.

Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus: When will they come to India, what's the price?

You can pre-register for the Galaxy S9 duo on the Airtel Online Store. On the day of launch, you will be required to mention your pre-book coupon to adjust the Rs 2,000 against the final amount during checkout.

Samsung Galaxy S9+ customers who pre-order with EE on a Max plan will get 60GB of data for the price of 20GB plus 24 months access to the BT Sport app and a whole host of additional EE benefits including Wi-Fi Calling. The Galaxy S9+, on the other hand, is expected to be priced at Rs 70,000 for the 64GB model, and Rs 79,000 for the 256GB model. While the entire Google Pixel lineup already sports the Android 8.1 version, your shiny new Galaxy S9 still runs 8.0, but we hope an update to 8.1 is in the cards and may roll out soon.

Of course, the final pricing of Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus in India could be higher.