FC Barcelona vs. AC Milan

El campeón inició la defensa del título de Champions League.

Os novos modelos do smartphone Galaxy serão apresentados no Mobile World Congress em Barcelona (Espanha)
Os novos modelos do smartphone Galaxy serão apresentados no Mobile World Congress em Barcelona (Espanha)
Os novos modelos do smartphone Galaxy serão apresentados no Mobile World Congress em Barcelona (Espanha)
Erst im November unterschrieb Lionel Messi einen neuen Vertrag beim FC Barcelona. Das soll nicht sein letztes Arbeitspapier bei den Blaugrana sein.
Barcelona-Boss Bartomeu prophezeit: Lionel Messi wird Rentenvertrag unterschreiben
Erst im November unterschrieb Lionel Messi einen neuen Vertrag beim FC Barcelona. Das soll nicht sein letztes Arbeitspapier bei den Blaugrana sein.
<p>Gremio refute claims of €40m Arthur agreement with Barcelona</p>
Gremio refute claims of €40m Arthur agreement with Barcelona

Gremio refute claims of €40m Arthur agreement with Barcelona

The young midfielder Arthur has been linked with a move to Camp Nou, but speculation suggesting a deal has been struck is supposedly false.
Gremio refute claims of €40m Arthur agreement with Barcelona
The young midfielder Arthur has been linked with a move to Camp Nou, but speculation suggesting a deal has been struck is supposedly false.
<p>Gremio refute claims of €40m Arthur agreement with Barcelona</p>
Gremio refute claims of €40m Arthur agreement with Barcelona

Gremio refute claims of €40m Arthur agreement with Barcelona

Barcelona memiliki peluang besar menyingkirkan Chelsea.
Alasan Barcelona Bakal Singkirkan Chelsea dari Liga Champions
Barcelona memiliki peluang besar menyingkirkan Chelsea.
Gremio midfielder Arthur has been linked with a move to Barcelona, but speculation suggesting a deal has been struck is supposedly false.
Gremio refute claims of €40m Arthur agreement with Barcelona
Gremio midfielder Arthur has been linked with a move to Barcelona, but speculation suggesting a deal has been struck is supposedly false.
<p>Gremio refute claims of €40m Arthur agreement with Barcelona</p>
Gremio refute claims of €40m Arthur agreement with Barcelona

Gremio refute claims of €40m Arthur agreement with Barcelona

<p>Gremio refute claims of €40m Arthur agreement with Barcelona</p>
Gremio refute claims of €40m Arthur agreement with Barcelona

Gremio refute claims of €40m Arthur agreement with Barcelona

El jugador de Chelsea, Willian, izquierda, corre el el balón en un partido contra Barcelona por los octavos de final de la Liga de Campeones el martes, 20 de febrero de 2018, en Londres. (AP Foto/Frank Augstein)
El jugador de Chelsea, Willian, izquierda, corre el el balón en un partido contra Barcelona por los octavos de final de la Liga de Campeones el martes, 20 de febrero de 2018, en Londres. (AP Foto/Frank Augstein)
El jugador de Chelsea, Willian, izquierda, corre el el balón en un partido contra Barcelona por los octavos de final de la Liga de Campeones el martes, 20 de febrero de 2018, en Londres. (AP Foto/Frank Augstein)
Ernesto Valverde has warned his Barcelona side that Chelsea will cause them problems in the second leg of their last-16 Champions League tie at the Nou Camp.
Chelsea can cause Barcelona problems at the Nou Camp - Valverde
Ernesto Valverde has warned his Barcelona side that Chelsea will cause them problems in the second leg of their last-16 Champions League tie at the Nou Camp.
Ernesto Valverde has warned his Barcelona side that Chelsea will cause them problems in the second leg of their last-16 Champions League tie at the Nou Camp.
Chelsea can cause Barcelona problems at the Nou Camp - Valverde
Ernesto Valverde has warned his Barcelona side that Chelsea will cause them problems in the second leg of their last-16 Champions League tie at the Nou Camp.
Ernesto Valverde has warned his Barcelona side that Chelsea will cause them problems in the second leg of their last-16 Champions League tie at the Nou Camp.
Chelsea can cause Barcelona problems at the Nou Camp - Valverde
Ernesto Valverde has warned his Barcelona side that Chelsea will cause them problems in the second leg of their last-16 Champions League tie at the Nou Camp.
El cineasta Marc Recha (d) posa durante la presentación de su última película, &quot;La vida lliure&quot;, que sitúa en la Menorca de 1918, al final de la Primera Guerra Mundial cuando la isla sufre una grave epidemia de gripe y el trabajo escasea, un drama intimista y que hoy ha presentado en Barcelona junto con el actor protagonista, Sergi López. EFE
El cineasta Marc Recha (d) posa durante la presentación de su última película, "La vida lliure", que sitúa en la Menorca de 1918, al final de la Primera Guerra Mundial cuando la isla sufre una grave epidemia de gripe y el trabajo escasea, un drama intimista y que hoy ha presentado en Barcelona junto con el actor protagonista, Sergi López. EFE
El cineasta Marc Recha (d) posa durante la presentación de su última película, "La vida lliure", que sitúa en la Menorca de 1918, al final de la Primera Guerra Mundial cuando la isla sufre una grave epidemia de gripe y el trabajo escasea, un drama intimista y que hoy ha presentado en Barcelona junto con el actor protagonista, Sergi López. EFE
El cineasta Marc Recha (d) posa durante la presentación de su última película, &quot;La vida lliure&quot;, que sitúa en la Menorca de 1918, al final de la Primera Guerra Mundial cuando la isla sufre una grave epidemia de gripe y el trabajo escasea, un drama intimista y que hoy ha presentado en Barcelona junto con el actor protagonista, Sergi López (i). EFE
El cineasta Marc Recha (d) posa durante la presentación de su última película, "La vida lliure", que sitúa en la Menorca de 1918, al final de la Primera Guerra Mundial cuando la isla sufre una grave epidemia de gripe y el trabajo escasea, un drama intimista y que hoy ha presentado en Barcelona junto con el actor protagonista, Sergi López (i). EFE
El cineasta Marc Recha (d) posa durante la presentación de su última película, "La vida lliure", que sitúa en la Menorca de 1918, al final de la Primera Guerra Mundial cuando la isla sufre una grave epidemia de gripe y el trabajo escasea, un drama intimista y que hoy ha presentado en Barcelona junto con el actor protagonista, Sergi López (i). EFE
Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu believes club legend Lionel Messi will sign another contract with the Catalan giants.
Messi will sign another Barcelona contract, predicts Bartomeu
Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu believes club legend Lionel Messi will sign another contract with the Catalan giants.
<p>Messi will sign another Barcelona contract, predicts Bartomeu</p>
Messi will sign another Barcelona contract, predicts Bartomeu

Messi will sign another Barcelona contract, predicts Bartomeu

<p>Messi will sign another Barcelona contract, predicts Bartomeu</p>
Messi will sign another Barcelona contract, predicts Bartomeu

Messi will sign another Barcelona contract, predicts Bartomeu

El entrenador del Eibar, José Luis Mendilibar (c), se dirige al árbitro durante el partido de la vigésimo cuarta jornada de Liga disputado el sábado frente al FC Barcelona en el estadio de Ipurúa de Eibar (Guipúzcoa). EFE/Archivo
El entrenador del Eibar, José Luis Mendilibar (c), se dirige al árbitro durante el partido de la vigésimo cuarta jornada de Liga disputado el sábado frente al FC Barcelona en el estadio de Ipurúa de Eibar (Guipúzcoa). EFE/Archivo
El entrenador del Eibar, José Luis Mendilibar (c), se dirige al árbitro durante el partido de la vigésimo cuarta jornada de Liga disputado el sábado frente al FC Barcelona en el estadio de Ipurúa de Eibar (Guipúzcoa). EFE/Archivo
El saqueador confeso Fèlix Millet sale de la Audiencia de Barcelona tras serle comunicada la sentencia sobre el expolio del Palau de la Música. EFE/Archivo
El saqueador confeso Fèlix Millet sale de la Audiencia de Barcelona tras serle comunicada la sentencia sobre el expolio del Palau de la Música. EFE/Archivo
El saqueador confeso Fèlix Millet sale de la Audiencia de Barcelona tras serle comunicada la sentencia sobre el expolio del Palau de la Música. EFE/Archivo
Manajer Chelsea Antonio Conte justru memuji penampilan Andres Christensen saat lawan Barcelona
Blunder Lawan Barcelona, Conte Enggan Salahkan Bek Chelsea
Manajer Chelsea Antonio Conte justru memuji penampilan Andres Christensen saat lawan Barcelona
Setelah Tahan Chelsea, Messi Dianggap Sebagai Aktor Legendaris Hollywood
Foto Messi dan Aktor Legendaris AS Viral Setelah Barcelona Tahan Chelsea
Setelah Tahan Chelsea, Messi Dianggap Sebagai Aktor Legendaris Hollywood
Chelsea Vs Barcelona memberikan banyak momen.
5 Momen Menonjol dari Laga Chelsea Vs Barcelona
Chelsea Vs Barcelona memberikan banyak momen.
Chelsea Vs Barcelona memberikan banyak momen.
5 Momen Menonjol dari Laga Chelsea Vs Barcelona
Chelsea Vs Barcelona memberikan banyak momen.
Salah satu syarat bagi Chelsea untuk masuk 8 besar Liga Champions adalah menang di Camp Nou.
3 Faktor Chelsea Dapat Tumbangkan Barcelona di Camp Nou
Salah satu syarat bagi Chelsea untuk masuk 8 besar Liga Champions adalah menang di Camp Nou.
The Brazil international has no chance of overtaking his former Barcelona team-mate as the best player around and should give up, says one former star
'Neymar should change sport' - Henry tells PSG star how to escape Messi shadow
The Brazil international has no chance of overtaking his former Barcelona team-mate as the best player around and should give up, says one former star
The Barcelona striker believes a vital effort in a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge will lead to a more open second leg in a Champions League last-16 tie
Suarez sends Messi goal warning to Chelsea ahead of Camp Nou trip
The Barcelona striker believes a vital effort in a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge will lead to a more open second leg in a Champions League last-16 tie
<p>Chelsea just need better luck in Barcelona, says Azpilicueta</p>
Chelsea just need better luck in Barcelona, says Azpilicueta

Chelsea just need better luck in Barcelona, says Azpilicueta

Lionel Messi put a dampener on the Blues&#39; night, but the defender feels his side should have got the better of the first leg after a dangerous display
Chelsea just need better luck in Barcelona, says Azpilicueta
Lionel Messi put a dampener on the Blues' night, but the defender feels his side should have got the better of the first leg after a dangerous display
<p>Chelsea just need better luck in Barcelona, says Azpilicueta</p>
Chelsea just need better luck in Barcelona, says Azpilicueta

Chelsea just need better luck in Barcelona, says Azpilicueta

Brasileiro brilhou no empate do Chelsea com o Barcelona no primeiro jogo das oitavas de final da Champions League
"Barcelona foi excelente mesmo sem Neymar", diz Willian
Brasileiro brilhou no empate do Chelsea com o Barcelona no primeiro jogo das oitavas de final da Champions League
Brasileiro brilhou no empate do Chelsea com o Barcelona no primeiro jogo das oitavas de final da Champions League
"Barcelona foi excelente mesmo sem Neymar", diz Willian
Brasileiro brilhou no empate do Chelsea com o Barcelona no primeiro jogo das oitavas de final da Champions League
Le sucedió al portero del Barcelona
Una roja muy de lucha libre
Le sucedió al portero del Barcelona
Le sucedió al portero del Barcelona
Una roja muy de lucha libre
Le sucedió al portero del Barcelona
Le sucedió al portero del Barcelona
Una roja muy de lucha libre
Le sucedió al portero del Barcelona
The first big smartphone launch of 2018 is edging closer, with Samsung expected to announce its hotly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S9 in less than a week. The Samsung Galaxy S9 is the latest phone in the company&#39;s series of flagship smartphones, with high-end specs, an edge-to-edge display, its own version of Animoji and a dual camera. Samsung has sent out invites to an event on February 25 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to unveil the Samsung Galaxy S9, its latest high-end smartphone that will look to take on Apple&#39;s iPhone X. Last year, the Samsung Galaxy S8 proved a huge success for the company. Its new device is expected to incorporate a dual camera, continue its all-screen edge-to-edge display and feature improved processors. There have even been rumours of an advanced dual screen design that could be coming to future Samsung phones. Here is a breakdown of all the latest we know about the Samsung Galaxy S9: When will the Samsung Galaxy S9 be announced? One thing we know for certain about Samsung&#39;s next phone is that it will be announced just before the international trade show Mobile World Congress at 5pm UK time on Sunday 25 February. Samsung has sent out invites to its unpacked event with a number &quot;9&quot; on the picture. The phone is expected to launch on 16 March, with pre-orders opening on 1 March, according to VentureBeat reporter Evan Blass. Pre-orders, registrations and where to buy You can&#39;t pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S9 yet, but several retailers have launched pages where you will be first to know when sales open, including Carphone Warehouse and Mobiles.co.uk: Samsung Galaxy S9: Carphone Warehouse register Samsung Galaxy S9: Mobiles.co.uk register Samsung Galaxy S9: How much will it cost? Samsung phones normally cost in the region of 25 per cent more than their predecessors and the Samsung Galaxy S9 is also expected to be slightly more expensive than the old model. Techradar reports that industry sources are saying the phone will be in the region of £739 in the UK, although this has yet to be confirmed by Samsung. What will S9 it look like? The Samsung Galaxy S9 is set to look fairly similar to the older S8. It is expected to have a 5.77-inch display, according to South Korea&#39;s ETNews, while the Galaxy S9+ will have a 6.22-inch display. This makes it smaller than the Samsung Galaxy S8, which had an 5.8-inch display. It is expected to keep its rear fingerprint scanner while still having an edge-to-edge display seen on recent Samsung smartphones. VentureBeat&#39;s Evan Blass, who revealed the latest renders of the Samsung Galaxy S9, reports the phone will come in four colours: Midnight Black, Lilac Purple, Titanium Gray, and Coral Blue. ...in Lilac Purple. pic.twitter.com/p506mqDci4— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 5, 2018 ...and (by popular demand) Coral Blue. pic.twitter.com/NCTEB3GIDj— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 7, 2018 Most recently, a report from Android blog XDA Developers suggests the phone could be revealed using augmented reality technology. In an app released for Samsung&#39;s Unpacked event on Sunday on the Google Play Store, code was hidden revealing what could be 3D models of Samsung&#39;s new smartphone. The leak suggests the 3D model of the phone can be held like a real version of the phone. Exclusive: Samsung will show off the Galaxy S9&#39;s design in Augmented Reality, here&#39;s what it looks like https://t.co/gTgvoz2jvhpic.twitter.com/XO1vVAqjfr— XDA Developers (@xdadevelopers) February 20, 2018 Samsung Galaxy S9 specs and features While the iPhone X raised the bar in terms of smartphone performance, most industry watchers expect the Samsung Galaxy S9 to improve on last year&#39;s S8 offering. The device is expected to ship with Android 8.0, the latest version. The Samsung Galaxy S9 will include a Snapdragon 845 chip in the US and China, and Samsung&#39;s own advanced Exynos 9810 chip in the rest of the world, according VentureBeat. Inside, it will have 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage on the regular S9, and 6GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage on the larger S9+. The Samsung Galaxy S9 is, for now at least, believed to be an upgrade on the old Samsung Galaxy S8, rather than a total redesign. We also know it will be the Galaxy S9, as can be seen from Samsung&#39;s invite to the phone launch. The company has been touted as releasing a dual screen smartphone model, but this is not expected until early 2019. From 02.25.2018. #Unpacked will change how you experience everything. pic.twitter.com/llrGt0Q6gF— Samsung Mobile (@SamsungMobile) January 25, 2018 Dual camera technology The Samsung Galaxy S9 is anticipated to follow the iPhone X and the earlier Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with a dual lens camera module. The phone will come in two forms with a smaller Samsung Galaxy S9 and a larger Samsung Galaxy S9+, both with a dual camera. The tag line for the new smartphone on Samsung&#39;s teaser for the S9 reads: &quot;The camera: Reimagined.&quot; According to Samsung&#39;s invite: &quot;If a picture is worth a thousand words, the latest member of the Galaxy family has a lot to say.&quot; Of course, I also found his big brother for you guys... UW... �� #Samsung#GalaxyS9Plus 360° video render + dimensions, on behalf of @mysmartprice... https://t.co/ILBOnASul8pic.twitter.com/JMiaYYr8fJ— Steve H. (@OnLeaks) December 14, 2017 Samsung has been promoting its dual camera technology in recent months, publishing a page on its website about its ISOCELL camera sensors. Although it&#39;s not confirmed these will appear in the Galaxy S9+, the camera sensors come with a variable aperture, which could improve the quality of low light shots. The new cells will allow smartphone cameras to have &quot;DSLR-like photo experiences such as greater light sensitivity, depth effects and sharper brightness in all conditions&quot;, according to Samsung. Samsung has deployed similar variable aperture technology on its recent Samsung W2018 flip phone. VentureBeat&#39;s report noted that the new Samsung Galaxy S9 will be capable of &quot;super slow-mo&quot; video capture, with a 12MP camera. The adjustable aperture will switch between f/2.4 and a smaller f/1.5 aperture. Wow. That&#39;s cool �� &quot;Galaxy S9 will have a mechanically adjustable aperture f/1.5 and f/2.4. It will have two modes - for the day and for the night. A similar solution is applied in Samsung W2018&quot; Look at the GIF: pic.twitter.com/VyfU5eUhYw— Ben Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1) January 20, 2018 Operating system redesign Samsung phones always use a slightly reskinned version of Android, with dedicated Samsung apps and services. The default background of the new Samsung has been revealed, plus icons for its call sign and camera. There are also reports that the new phone will feature Animoji-like icons when the phone is in selfie-mode, similar to the iPhone X, according to Android Authority. The latest trailer for the phone calls the Galaxy S9: the camera reimagined, while it also features a range of 3D emoji-like figures, suggesting we could see a rival to Apple&#39;s Animoji. Obligatory quick theme with the #GalaxyS9 wallpaper @evleaks posted (https://t.co/3uuuZdIZ79)@Nova_Launcher, Unicorn icons, Melodi for KWGT, and Another Widget pic.twitter.com/JuOD5UPS8k— Ara Wagoner �� (@AraWagco) January 28, 2018 No dual screen Samsung is tipped to bring out a folding phone at some point this year, but it is unclear whether this will be a feature of the S9. There&#39;s little out there on specs, yet. But it is likely to have improvements for Bixby a voice assistant that failed to take off when the S8 was launched. There are hopes that it will make some improvements to its infinity screen, which customers reported scratched too easily. A concept Samsung bendable phone Credit: Samsung Rear fingerprint scanner It&#39;s thought the Samsung Galaxy S9 will maintain its rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, according to leaked images. The phone is also likely to have some form of facial identification technology, believed to be an improved version of the Samsung Galaxy S8&#39;s iris scanner, the Korean Herald reported. Bixby Samsung has been putting its Bixby voice assistant in all its phones and plenty of other hardware and appliances since last year, so we can definitely expect a return of the voice controlled AI. Last year it was not available on launch in the UK, but expect Samsung to push the innovation this time around.
Samsung Galaxy S9: Release date, features, price and rumours
The first big smartphone launch of 2018 is edging closer, with Samsung expected to announce its hotly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S9 in less than a week. The Samsung Galaxy S9 is the latest phone in the company's series of flagship smartphones, with high-end specs, an edge-to-edge display, its own version of Animoji and a dual camera. Samsung has sent out invites to an event on February 25 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to unveil the Samsung Galaxy S9, its latest high-end smartphone that will look to take on Apple's iPhone X. Last year, the Samsung Galaxy S8 proved a huge success for the company. Its new device is expected to incorporate a dual camera, continue its all-screen edge-to-edge display and feature improved processors. There have even been rumours of an advanced dual screen design that could be coming to future Samsung phones. Here is a breakdown of all the latest we know about the Samsung Galaxy S9: When will the Samsung Galaxy S9 be announced? One thing we know for certain about Samsung's next phone is that it will be announced just before the international trade show Mobile World Congress at 5pm UK time on Sunday 25 February. Samsung has sent out invites to its unpacked event with a number "9" on the picture. The phone is expected to launch on 16 March, with pre-orders opening on 1 March, according to VentureBeat reporter Evan Blass. Pre-orders, registrations and where to buy You can't pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S9 yet, but several retailers have launched pages where you will be first to know when sales open, including Carphone Warehouse and Mobiles.co.uk: Samsung Galaxy S9: Carphone Warehouse register Samsung Galaxy S9: Mobiles.co.uk register Samsung Galaxy S9: How much will it cost? Samsung phones normally cost in the region of 25 per cent more than their predecessors and the Samsung Galaxy S9 is also expected to be slightly more expensive than the old model. Techradar reports that industry sources are saying the phone will be in the region of £739 in the UK, although this has yet to be confirmed by Samsung. What will S9 it look like? The Samsung Galaxy S9 is set to look fairly similar to the older S8. It is expected to have a 5.77-inch display, according to South Korea's ETNews, while the Galaxy S9+ will have a 6.22-inch display. This makes it smaller than the Samsung Galaxy S8, which had an 5.8-inch display. It is expected to keep its rear fingerprint scanner while still having an edge-to-edge display seen on recent Samsung smartphones. VentureBeat's Evan Blass, who revealed the latest renders of the Samsung Galaxy S9, reports the phone will come in four colours: Midnight Black, Lilac Purple, Titanium Gray, and Coral Blue. ...in Lilac Purple. pic.twitter.com/p506mqDci4— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 5, 2018 ...and (by popular demand) Coral Blue. pic.twitter.com/NCTEB3GIDj— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 7, 2018 Most recently, a report from Android blog XDA Developers suggests the phone could be revealed using augmented reality technology. In an app released for Samsung's Unpacked event on Sunday on the Google Play Store, code was hidden revealing what could be 3D models of Samsung's new smartphone. The leak suggests the 3D model of the phone can be held like a real version of the phone. Exclusive: Samsung will show off the Galaxy S9's design in Augmented Reality, here's what it looks like https://t.co/gTgvoz2jvhpic.twitter.com/XO1vVAqjfr— XDA Developers (@xdadevelopers) February 20, 2018 Samsung Galaxy S9 specs and features While the iPhone X raised the bar in terms of smartphone performance, most industry watchers expect the Samsung Galaxy S9 to improve on last year's S8 offering. The device is expected to ship with Android 8.0, the latest version. The Samsung Galaxy S9 will include a Snapdragon 845 chip in the US and China, and Samsung's own advanced Exynos 9810 chip in the rest of the world, according VentureBeat. Inside, it will have 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage on the regular S9, and 6GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage on the larger S9+. The Samsung Galaxy S9 is, for now at least, believed to be an upgrade on the old Samsung Galaxy S8, rather than a total redesign. We also know it will be the Galaxy S9, as can be seen from Samsung's invite to the phone launch. The company has been touted as releasing a dual screen smartphone model, but this is not expected until early 2019. From 02.25.2018. #Unpacked will change how you experience everything. pic.twitter.com/llrGt0Q6gF— Samsung Mobile (@SamsungMobile) January 25, 2018 Dual camera technology The Samsung Galaxy S9 is anticipated to follow the iPhone X and the earlier Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with a dual lens camera module. The phone will come in two forms with a smaller Samsung Galaxy S9 and a larger Samsung Galaxy S9+, both with a dual camera. The tag line for the new smartphone on Samsung's teaser for the S9 reads: "The camera: Reimagined." According to Samsung's invite: "If a picture is worth a thousand words, the latest member of the Galaxy family has a lot to say." Of course, I also found his big brother for you guys... UW... �� #Samsung#GalaxyS9Plus 360° video render + dimensions, on behalf of @mysmartprice... https://t.co/ILBOnASul8pic.twitter.com/JMiaYYr8fJ— Steve H. (@OnLeaks) December 14, 2017 Samsung has been promoting its dual camera technology in recent months, publishing a page on its website about its ISOCELL camera sensors. Although it's not confirmed these will appear in the Galaxy S9+, the camera sensors come with a variable aperture, which could improve the quality of low light shots. The new cells will allow smartphone cameras to have "DSLR-like photo experiences such as greater light sensitivity, depth effects and sharper brightness in all conditions", according to Samsung. Samsung has deployed similar variable aperture technology on its recent Samsung W2018 flip phone. VentureBeat's report noted that the new Samsung Galaxy S9 will be capable of "super slow-mo" video capture, with a 12MP camera. The adjustable aperture will switch between f/2.4 and a smaller f/1.5 aperture. Wow. That's cool �� "Galaxy S9 will have a mechanically adjustable aperture f/1.5 and f/2.4. It will have two modes - for the day and for the night. A similar solution is applied in Samsung W2018" Look at the GIF: pic.twitter.com/VyfU5eUhYw— Ben Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1) January 20, 2018 Operating system redesign Samsung phones always use a slightly reskinned version of Android, with dedicated Samsung apps and services. The default background of the new Samsung has been revealed, plus icons for its call sign and camera. There are also reports that the new phone will feature Animoji-like icons when the phone is in selfie-mode, similar to the iPhone X, according to Android Authority. The latest trailer for the phone calls the Galaxy S9: the camera reimagined, while it also features a range of 3D emoji-like figures, suggesting we could see a rival to Apple's Animoji. Obligatory quick theme with the #GalaxyS9 wallpaper @evleaks posted (https://t.co/3uuuZdIZ79)@Nova_Launcher, Unicorn icons, Melodi for KWGT, and Another Widget pic.twitter.com/JuOD5UPS8k— Ara Wagoner �� (@AraWagco) January 28, 2018 No dual screen Samsung is tipped to bring out a folding phone at some point this year, but it is unclear whether this will be a feature of the S9. There's little out there on specs, yet. But it is likely to have improvements for Bixby a voice assistant that failed to take off when the S8 was launched. There are hopes that it will make some improvements to its infinity screen, which customers reported scratched too easily. A concept Samsung bendable phone Credit: Samsung Rear fingerprint scanner It's thought the Samsung Galaxy S9 will maintain its rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, according to leaked images. The phone is also likely to have some form of facial identification technology, believed to be an improved version of the Samsung Galaxy S8's iris scanner, the Korean Herald reported. Bixby Samsung has been putting its Bixby voice assistant in all its phones and plenty of other hardware and appliances since last year, so we can definitely expect a return of the voice controlled AI. Last year it was not available on launch in the UK, but expect Samsung to push the innovation this time around.
The first big smartphone launch of 2018 is edging closer, with Samsung expected to announce its hotly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S9 in less than a week. The Samsung Galaxy S9 is the latest phone in the company&#39;s series of flagship smartphones, with high-end specs, an edge-to-edge display, its own version of Animoji and a dual camera. Samsung has sent out invites to an event on February 25 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to unveil the Samsung Galaxy S9, its latest high-end smartphone that will look to take on Apple&#39;s iPhone X. Last year, the Samsung Galaxy S8 proved a huge success for the company. Its new device is expected to incorporate a dual camera, continue its all-screen edge-to-edge display and feature improved processors. There have even been rumours of an advanced dual screen design that could be coming to future Samsung phones. Here is a breakdown of all the latest we know about the Samsung Galaxy S9: When will the Samsung Galaxy S9 be announced? One thing we know for certain about Samsung&#39;s next phone is that it will be announced just before the international trade show Mobile World Congress at 5pm UK time on Sunday 25 February. Samsung has sent out invites to its unpacked event with a number &quot;9&quot; on the picture. The phone is expected to launch on 16 March, with pre-orders opening on 1 March, according to VentureBeat reporter Evan Blass. Pre-orders, registrations and where to buy You can&#39;t pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S9 yet, but several retailers have launched pages where you will be first to know when sales open, including Carphone Warehouse and Mobiles.co.uk: Samsung Galaxy S9: Carphone Warehouse register Samsung Galaxy S9: Mobiles.co.uk register Samsung Galaxy S9: How much will it cost? Samsung phones normally cost in the region of 25 per cent more than their predecessors and the Samsung Galaxy S9 is also expected to be slightly more expensive than the old model. Techradar reports that industry sources are saying the phone will be in the region of £739 in the UK, although this has yet to be confirmed by Samsung. What will S9 it look like? The Samsung Galaxy S9 is set to look fairly similar to the older S8. It is expected to have a 5.77-inch display, according to South Korea&#39;s ETNews, while the Galaxy S9+ will have a 6.22-inch display. This makes it smaller than the Samsung Galaxy S8, which had an 5.8-inch display. It is expected to keep its rear fingerprint scanner while still having an edge-to-edge display seen on recent Samsung smartphones. VentureBeat&#39;s Evan Blass, who revealed the latest renders of the Samsung Galaxy S9, reports the phone will come in four colours: Midnight Black, Lilac Purple, Titanium Gray, and Coral Blue. ...in Lilac Purple. pic.twitter.com/p506mqDci4— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 5, 2018 ...and (by popular demand) Coral Blue. pic.twitter.com/NCTEB3GIDj— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 7, 2018 Most recently, a report from Android blog XDA Developers suggests the phone could be revealed using augmented reality technology. In an app released for Samsung&#39;s Unpacked event on Sunday on the Google Play Store, code was hidden revealing what could be 3D models of Samsung&#39;s new smartphone. The leak suggests the 3D model of the phone can be held like a real version of the phone. Exclusive: Samsung will show off the Galaxy S9&#39;s design in Augmented Reality, here&#39;s what it looks like https://t.co/gTgvoz2jvhpic.twitter.com/XO1vVAqjfr— XDA Developers (@xdadevelopers) February 20, 2018 Samsung Galaxy S9 specs and features While the iPhone X raised the bar in terms of smartphone performance, most industry watchers expect the Samsung Galaxy S9 to improve on last year&#39;s S8 offering. The device is expected to ship with Android 8.0, the latest version. The Samsung Galaxy S9 will include a Snapdragon 845 chip in the US and China, and Samsung&#39;s own advanced Exynos 9810 chip in the rest of the world, according VentureBeat. Inside, it will have 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage on the regular S9, and 6GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage on the larger S9+. The Samsung Galaxy S9 is, for now at least, believed to be an upgrade on the old Samsung Galaxy S8, rather than a total redesign. We also know it will be the Galaxy S9, as can be seen from Samsung&#39;s invite to the phone launch. The company has been touted as releasing a dual screen smartphone model, but this is not expected until early 2019. From 02.25.2018. #Unpacked will change how you experience everything. pic.twitter.com/llrGt0Q6gF— Samsung Mobile (@SamsungMobile) January 25, 2018 Dual camera technology The Samsung Galaxy S9 is anticipated to follow the iPhone X and the earlier Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with a dual lens camera module. The phone will come in two forms with a smaller Samsung Galaxy S9 and a larger Samsung Galaxy S9+, both with a dual camera. The tag line for the new smartphone on Samsung&#39;s teaser for the S9 reads: &quot;The camera: Reimagined.&quot; According to Samsung&#39;s invite: &quot;If a picture is worth a thousand words, the latest member of the Galaxy family has a lot to say.&quot; Of course, I also found his big brother for you guys... UW... �� #Samsung#GalaxyS9Plus 360° video render + dimensions, on behalf of @mysmartprice... https://t.co/ILBOnASul8pic.twitter.com/JMiaYYr8fJ— Steve H. (@OnLeaks) December 14, 2017 Samsung has been promoting its dual camera technology in recent months, publishing a page on its website about its ISOCELL camera sensors. Although it&#39;s not confirmed these will appear in the Galaxy S9+, the camera sensors come with a variable aperture, which could improve the quality of low light shots. The new cells will allow smartphone cameras to have &quot;DSLR-like photo experiences such as greater light sensitivity, depth effects and sharper brightness in all conditions&quot;, according to Samsung. Samsung has deployed similar variable aperture technology on its recent Samsung W2018 flip phone. VentureBeat&#39;s report noted that the new Samsung Galaxy S9 will be capable of &quot;super slow-mo&quot; video capture, with a 12MP camera. The adjustable aperture will switch between f/2.4 and a smaller f/1.5 aperture. Wow. That&#39;s cool �� &quot;Galaxy S9 will have a mechanically adjustable aperture f/1.5 and f/2.4. It will have two modes - for the day and for the night. A similar solution is applied in Samsung W2018&quot; Look at the GIF: pic.twitter.com/VyfU5eUhYw— Ben Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1) January 20, 2018 Operating system redesign Samsung phones always use a slightly reskinned version of Android, with dedicated Samsung apps and services. The default background of the new Samsung has been revealed, plus icons for its call sign and camera. There are also reports that the new phone will feature Animoji-like icons when the phone is in selfie-mode, similar to the iPhone X, according to Android Authority. The latest trailer for the phone calls the Galaxy S9: the camera reimagined, while it also features a range of 3D emoji-like figures, suggesting we could see a rival to Apple&#39;s Animoji. Obligatory quick theme with the #GalaxyS9 wallpaper @evleaks posted (https://t.co/3uuuZdIZ79)@Nova_Launcher, Unicorn icons, Melodi for KWGT, and Another Widget pic.twitter.com/JuOD5UPS8k— Ara Wagoner �� (@AraWagco) January 28, 2018 No dual screen Samsung is tipped to bring out a folding phone at some point this year, but it is unclear whether this will be a feature of the S9. There&#39;s little out there on specs, yet. But it is likely to have improvements for Bixby a voice assistant that failed to take off when the S8 was launched. There are hopes that it will make some improvements to its infinity screen, which customers reported scratched too easily. A concept Samsung bendable phone Credit: Samsung Rear fingerprint scanner It&#39;s thought the Samsung Galaxy S9 will maintain its rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, according to leaked images. The phone is also likely to have some form of facial identification technology, believed to be an improved version of the Samsung Galaxy S8&#39;s iris scanner, the Korean Herald reported. Bixby Samsung has been putting its Bixby voice assistant in all its phones and plenty of other hardware and appliances since last year, so we can definitely expect a return of the voice controlled AI. Last year it was not available on launch in the UK, but expect Samsung to push the innovation this time around.
Samsung Galaxy S9: Release date, features, price and rumours
The first big smartphone launch of 2018 is edging closer, with Samsung expected to announce its hotly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S9 in less than a week. The Samsung Galaxy S9 is the latest phone in the company's series of flagship smartphones, with high-end specs, an edge-to-edge display, its own version of Animoji and a dual camera. Samsung has sent out invites to an event on February 25 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to unveil the Samsung Galaxy S9, its latest high-end smartphone that will look to take on Apple's iPhone X. Last year, the Samsung Galaxy S8 proved a huge success for the company. Its new device is expected to incorporate a dual camera, continue its all-screen edge-to-edge display and feature improved processors. There have even been rumours of an advanced dual screen design that could be coming to future Samsung phones. Here is a breakdown of all the latest we know about the Samsung Galaxy S9: When will the Samsung Galaxy S9 be announced? One thing we know for certain about Samsung's next phone is that it will be announced just before the international trade show Mobile World Congress at 5pm UK time on Sunday 25 February. Samsung has sent out invites to its unpacked event with a number "9" on the picture. The phone is expected to launch on 16 March, with pre-orders opening on 1 March, according to VentureBeat reporter Evan Blass. Pre-orders, registrations and where to buy You can't pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S9 yet, but several retailers have launched pages where you will be first to know when sales open, including Carphone Warehouse and Mobiles.co.uk: Samsung Galaxy S9: Carphone Warehouse register Samsung Galaxy S9: Mobiles.co.uk register Samsung Galaxy S9: How much will it cost? Samsung phones normally cost in the region of 25 per cent more than their predecessors and the Samsung Galaxy S9 is also expected to be slightly more expensive than the old model. Techradar reports that industry sources are saying the phone will be in the region of £739 in the UK, although this has yet to be confirmed by Samsung. What will S9 it look like? The Samsung Galaxy S9 is set to look fairly similar to the older S8. It is expected to have a 5.77-inch display, according to South Korea's ETNews, while the Galaxy S9+ will have a 6.22-inch display. This makes it smaller than the Samsung Galaxy S8, which had an 5.8-inch display. It is expected to keep its rear fingerprint scanner while still having an edge-to-edge display seen on recent Samsung smartphones. VentureBeat's Evan Blass, who revealed the latest renders of the Samsung Galaxy S9, reports the phone will come in four colours: Midnight Black, Lilac Purple, Titanium Gray, and Coral Blue. ...in Lilac Purple. pic.twitter.com/p506mqDci4— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 5, 2018 ...and (by popular demand) Coral Blue. pic.twitter.com/NCTEB3GIDj— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 7, 2018 Most recently, a report from Android blog XDA Developers suggests the phone could be revealed using augmented reality technology. In an app released for Samsung's Unpacked event on Sunday on the Google Play Store, code was hidden revealing what could be 3D models of Samsung's new smartphone. The leak suggests the 3D model of the phone can be held like a real version of the phone. Exclusive: Samsung will show off the Galaxy S9's design in Augmented Reality, here's what it looks like https://t.co/gTgvoz2jvhpic.twitter.com/XO1vVAqjfr— XDA Developers (@xdadevelopers) February 20, 2018 Samsung Galaxy S9 specs and features While the iPhone X raised the bar in terms of smartphone performance, most industry watchers expect the Samsung Galaxy S9 to improve on last year's S8 offering. The device is expected to ship with Android 8.0, the latest version. The Samsung Galaxy S9 will include a Snapdragon 845 chip in the US and China, and Samsung's own advanced Exynos 9810 chip in the rest of the world, according VentureBeat. Inside, it will have 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage on the regular S9, and 6GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage on the larger S9+. The Samsung Galaxy S9 is, for now at least, believed to be an upgrade on the old Samsung Galaxy S8, rather than a total redesign. We also know it will be the Galaxy S9, as can be seen from Samsung's invite to the phone launch. The company has been touted as releasing a dual screen smartphone model, but this is not expected until early 2019. From 02.25.2018. #Unpacked will change how you experience everything. pic.twitter.com/llrGt0Q6gF— Samsung Mobile (@SamsungMobile) January 25, 2018 Dual camera technology The Samsung Galaxy S9 is anticipated to follow the iPhone X and the earlier Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with a dual lens camera module. The phone will come in two forms with a smaller Samsung Galaxy S9 and a larger Samsung Galaxy S9+, both with a dual camera. The tag line for the new smartphone on Samsung's teaser for the S9 reads: "The camera: Reimagined." According to Samsung's invite: "If a picture is worth a thousand words, the latest member of the Galaxy family has a lot to say." Of course, I also found his big brother for you guys... UW... �� #Samsung#GalaxyS9Plus 360° video render + dimensions, on behalf of @mysmartprice... https://t.co/ILBOnASul8pic.twitter.com/JMiaYYr8fJ— Steve H. (@OnLeaks) December 14, 2017 Samsung has been promoting its dual camera technology in recent months, publishing a page on its website about its ISOCELL camera sensors. Although it's not confirmed these will appear in the Galaxy S9+, the camera sensors come with a variable aperture, which could improve the quality of low light shots. The new cells will allow smartphone cameras to have "DSLR-like photo experiences such as greater light sensitivity, depth effects and sharper brightness in all conditions", according to Samsung. Samsung has deployed similar variable aperture technology on its recent Samsung W2018 flip phone. VentureBeat's report noted that the new Samsung Galaxy S9 will be capable of "super slow-mo" video capture, with a 12MP camera. The adjustable aperture will switch between f/2.4 and a smaller f/1.5 aperture. Wow. That's cool �� "Galaxy S9 will have a mechanically adjustable aperture f/1.5 and f/2.4. It will have two modes - for the day and for the night. A similar solution is applied in Samsung W2018" Look at the GIF: pic.twitter.com/VyfU5eUhYw— Ben Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1) January 20, 2018 Operating system redesign Samsung phones always use a slightly reskinned version of Android, with dedicated Samsung apps and services. The default background of the new Samsung has been revealed, plus icons for its call sign and camera. There are also reports that the new phone will feature Animoji-like icons when the phone is in selfie-mode, similar to the iPhone X, according to Android Authority. The latest trailer for the phone calls the Galaxy S9: the camera reimagined, while it also features a range of 3D emoji-like figures, suggesting we could see a rival to Apple's Animoji. Obligatory quick theme with the #GalaxyS9 wallpaper @evleaks posted (https://t.co/3uuuZdIZ79)@Nova_Launcher, Unicorn icons, Melodi for KWGT, and Another Widget pic.twitter.com/JuOD5UPS8k— Ara Wagoner �� (@AraWagco) January 28, 2018 No dual screen Samsung is tipped to bring out a folding phone at some point this year, but it is unclear whether this will be a feature of the S9. There's little out there on specs, yet. But it is likely to have improvements for Bixby a voice assistant that failed to take off when the S8 was launched. There are hopes that it will make some improvements to its infinity screen, which customers reported scratched too easily. A concept Samsung bendable phone Credit: Samsung Rear fingerprint scanner It's thought the Samsung Galaxy S9 will maintain its rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, according to leaked images. The phone is also likely to have some form of facial identification technology, believed to be an improved version of the Samsung Galaxy S8's iris scanner, the Korean Herald reported. Bixby Samsung has been putting its Bixby voice assistant in all its phones and plenty of other hardware and appliances since last year, so we can definitely expect a return of the voice controlled AI. Last year it was not available on launch in the UK, but expect Samsung to push the innovation this time around.
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