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Galaxy S9 first advertisement doesn't really do justice to its enticing features

26 February 2018 4

Samsung Galaxy S9 gets its first advertisement and it’s not that attractive to look at. Samsung’s effort for its new Galaxy flagships is mainly done to improve the camera and provide some extra duty which is functional enough and doesn’t circulate around the regular camera features.

The camera is definitely ‘reimagined’ as Samsung has been teasing. The dual rear cameras on the Galaxy S9 Plus do look promising and AR Emoji is something Samsung followers are going to love. But, such beautiful assets and refinements aren’t really popping out in its first advertisement. Well, the video may not catch a real attention as it should have.

The video does highlight the function of dual apertures present on Galaxy S9. According to the company, they let in more light when it’s dark and less light when it’s too bright and thus this takes a right control on low-light photography. Then there’s a seconds roll of slow-motion feature that can slow your capture to four times slower. Then comes AR Emoji and all other features like Infinity Display.

Well, Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus are really great phones with immense potential to set a benchmark for its next lineup but it would have been great if the first advertisement had done the right justice to such great set of assets.

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