Samsung is putting the mobile camera experience at the onus of its upcoming flagship smartphone, presumably the Galaxy S9. It has officially set a launch date of February 25 at 6pm Central European Time and will presumably hold an event in Barcelona on the cusp of MWC 2018.

A teaser video shows revolves around the phrase, “The Camera. Reimagined.” It includes the number “9” coming into form, followed by a de-focus effect.

Rumors place the single rear camera on the Galaxy S9 to be an improved unit from the S8 featuring Samsung’s ISOCELL technology. Just as with the S8+, the Galaxy S9+ will feature two rear cameras. At least one on each device will have variable physical aperture settings between f/1.5 and f/2.4.

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