Samsung and Disney team up to launch "Incredible" AR emojis for Galaxy S9/S9+

Samsung and Disney team up to launch "Incredible" AR emojis for Galaxy S9/S9+
Many consider Samsung's new AR emojis that launched with the Galaxy S9 and S9+ a rather gimmicky feature, but the following announcement could be considered proof that AR emojis are here to stay.

The South Korean company confirmed recently that it has teamed up with Disney to provide Galaxy S9 and S9+ owners with even more AR emojis. All five members of the super family, the Incredibles and their friend, Frozone, have just joined the already available characters of Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, and Donald Duck.

Starting today, Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ owners can personalize their messages with AR (augmented reality) avatars of Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, Violet, Dash, and Jack-Jack, as well as Super Frozone.


In order to add the new AR emojis to your phone, simply head to the camera app and access the AR Emoji mode. Then, tap the plus icon that you'll find on the right-hand side, and select The Incredibles AR Emoji pack from the Galaxy Apps Store.

source: Samsung

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