Samsung Electronics Co will unveil its new Galaxy S9 smartphone using Augmented Reality (AR) technology at its launch event next week at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 — the world’s largest gathering for the mobile communications industry. Also Read - National Science Day: Top 5 AR apps available on Apple's App Store to learn science
During the event, the South Korean tech giant will allow attendees to visualise the new smartphone with “Unpacked 2018” which is an app it has developed for the show, reported Yonhap News Agency, citing industry sources. Also Read - Google says Daydream VR support not coming to Android 11
Registered attendees can use the QR code on the app as their entry tickets, and those who will not be present at the event can also watch it live through the programme. Also Read - Facebook AR glasses may offer superhearing to the users
Earlier, XDA Developers, an online software development community, said a Reddit user decompiled the app and found images of the Galaxy S9 in the program’s hidden AR feature.
Industry watchers estimate that the factory price of the 64-gigabyte version of Galaxy S9 smartphone could be 9,57,000 won (or $890).
Samsung has hinted at a greatly improved camera on the new phone and challenged people to “imagine a camera that can see more than your eyes.”
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