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Samsung hides Galaxy S9 3D images in its Unpacked 2018 app for the media to view using AR

Samsung hides Galaxy S9 3D images in its Unpacked 2018 app for the media to view using AR
Samsung recently published its Unpacked 2018 app in the Google Play Store. There is a countdown timer that ticks off the seconds until the 2018 Samsung flagships are unveiled next Sunday in Barcelona. Now you need to think about what Sammy has done here. A Reddit subscriber posted that his tear down of the Unpacked 2018 app discovered 3D images of the Samsung Galaxy S9. To access these images, media attending the trade show will take their individual press badge and tap it against their phone. That will allow them to see the Galaxy S9 in AR.

The images reveal a few things. There will be a model of the phone in Lilac Purple. Also appearing is the Bixby button. The images hint at a dual speaker system for the handset, and the new placement of the fingerprint scanner, underneath the camera, can be seen. The flash and heart rate modules appear to have been changed from last year's Samsung Galaxy S8.

Even if you are not a member of the media, you can still use the Samsung Unpacked 2018 app to view the live stream of the Galaxy S9/S9+ unveiling. To download it on your Android device, click on this link.


source: XDA

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