The Samsung Galaxy S9 was officially announced earlier this week. It’s not a huge upgrade over the Galaxy S8, but a couple of the improvements involve the camera. The most notable new feature is the mechanical aperture in the main camera. It can go from f/1.5 all the way up to f/2.4.
With a lower aperture, the camera can let in more light at a time. This means low-light photography will get a great boost by offering up well-lit photos without adding a ton of noise to the image. Samsung has released a slew of official camera samples to show off what the camera can do at both apertures. Check them out below.