Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus will be packed with Sony IMX345 Sensor which means the camera is featured 12MP with aperture range like you see in digital cameras or DSLRs.
The coming weeks after the World Mobile Congress 2018 (WMC) the retail shops will be equipped with newer handsets of 2018, what interest most is the flagships coming from the top companies like Samsung, Huawei, Apple, Xiaomi, and Oppo.
The recent official teasers by Samsung and leaks suggested that Samsung is going to bring a better camera in Galaxy S9 Plus. However, a recently leaked retail box of the Samsung Galaxy S9 indicated the phone has 12MP rear camera with adjustable aperture.
According to the latest reports, Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus will receive 12MP f/1.4 1/2.55-inch lens with Sony IMX345 sensor. This makes Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus a smartphone with largest camera aperture to date.
Further details are still hidden, but we will get to know the things better at the coming event on February 25 at MWC 2018.
According to the previous leaks about Samsung Galaxy S9, will have an intelligent scan, a feature which is packed with both face-unlock and iris scanner to provide superior results as compared to Face ID of Apple. The cameras on Samsung Galaxy S9 are expected to support Super SIo-mo along with new SuperSpeed Technology and Optical Image Stabilization (OIS).