Samsung Galaxy S9 Teardown Helps Explain its Camera Tricks
“Samsung Galaxy S9 Teardown Helps Explain its Camera Tricks” : Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 + revolve around their camera features, but some of the hardware features behind them were a bit mysterious. The image is a little clearer, however, as iFixit overturned the S9 + and provided a better insight into the phone’s camera technology. To begin with, the signature variable opening camera is made possible thanks to a simple design – where the typical dedicated cameras have five-blade vents, Samsung is using only two ring-type blades. This limits its functionality, of course (you can only choose between two apertures), but it helps the camera to stay relatively small.
At the same time, the waste confirms what is not happening: namely, any advanced face detection. The camera and iris scanner system is “pretty much exactly” the same as the S8, so of course features like AR Emoji are purely software-based. This is not exactly shocking (a quick rotation with AR Emoji makes it clear that there is no iPhone X compatible hardware), but it’s good to have your chapters validated, is not it?
“Samsung Galaxy S9 Teardown Helps Explain its Camera Tricks” : You probably will not discover these things firsthand, anyway. Although many of the parts are modular and can be replaced independently of each other, this curved display and the rear window make it very difficult to enter without breaking something. And do not even think about replacing the screen. You need to separate the “whole phone” just to get to that panel, said iFixit. Like it or not, the days of easy access to Samsung phones are gone.