Samsung has confirmed the unveiling date of its next flagship phone, the Galaxy S9. In a teaser image, the company says it’ll unveil the device with a ‘reimagined’ camera on February 25 at the Mobile World Congress expo in Barcelona.

According to the word in tech industry the S9 will feature the Samsung’s new ISOCELL sensors.

ISOCELL sensors are developed to improve the device’s camera performance and one of them is said to deliver better picture quality in low-light conditions, by merging four neighboring pixels to work as one big pixel and allowing for greater detail to be captured. Another is capable of quick auto-focus, and of shooting Full HD video at 480 fps.

Furthermore, according to the rumors, the S9 is getting a 12-megapixel rear camera with the ability to switch between f/1.5 and f/2.4 apertures, which will give device the ability to shoot at lower ISO, higher shutter speeds, and better shots in low light.