Samsung is set to unveil their next flagship smartphones next month before the official start of the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Spain. The South Korean company sent out official invites for the event, announcing the official reveal of the samsung galaxy S9 on Feb. 25 in Barcelona.

Samsung opted to tease customers with a simple yet catchy invite, which fueled a lot of speculation about the upcoming flagship. According to The Verge, it is safe to expect the Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Samsung Galaxy S9+ will have a killer display, improved battery and some “gimmicky” features to entice customers.

‘Redefined’ camera for Samsung Galaxy S9

It also appears Samsung gave a hint on possibly the most improved aspect of their flagship – the camera. However, it remains to be seen whether or not it will boast groundbreaking specifications that are enough to beat the best camera phones on the market today.

Recent rumors suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S9+ will have a dual-camera setup with F1.5 and F2.4 apertures, Phone Arena reported. But unlike other recent flagships, the two cameras can be used simultaneously in taking one photo instead of just being utilized for either zoomed and wide-angle images.

On the other hand, the upcoming flagship will reportedly sport a single camera with F1.5/F2.4 variable aperture.

Like in popular DSLR cameras, the aperture can be adjusted before taking a photo. It will also have an 8-megapixel front snapper with iris recognition and autofocus features.

According to NDTV, Samsung might also debut their awaited ISOCELL sensors. It could be their main surprise in next month’s event and is likely the reason why they are teasing a “redefined camera” for their next flagship.

The new high-end sensor could make the upcoming flagship capable of recording a Full HD video at 480 frames per second. Autofocus speeds are also expected to improve drastically if the rumored ISOCELL sensor is indeed present on the Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 on its way

Meanwhile, it is widely expected that the upcoming Samsung flagships will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845.

According to PC Mag, the new chipset focuses on bringing improvements on the display and camera, which could be the reason why Samsung focused on improving the snapper of both devices.

The new Snapdragon chipset is said to be the first chip that will make a device capable of recording videos in Ultra HD Premium. Aside from camera and display improvements, the Snapdragon 845 could also make Bixby, Samsung’s voice assistant, more reliable than before.

The Galaxy S9 will reportedly pack 4GB of RAM with 64GB or 128GB storage space. On the other hand, the Galaxy S9+ will have 6GB of RAM and will come out in 64GB, 124GB and 256GB variants. There is a growing speculation that Samsung will also release a 512GB variant, but it could be a special edition available in certain markets only.

As for the release date, Evan Blass, who is known for giving accurate leaked information in the past, said that the new Samsung flagships will be released on March 16. Blass, who got the information from a major case maker, added the pre-orders will be accepted starting March 1.