The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are the flagships of the year 2018 by the Korean brand. These phones announced at MWC 2018 and have a few of the extraordinary features which have been not shown before in any Android Smartphone. One of the features I like is AR Emojis. Just like Apple’s Animoji, Samsung has added a feature which let you turn your face, and it’s expression in a creature named AR Emojis.

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Can we call it an animated Emojis of our self? I guess yes. It allows users to turn themselves into an animated emojis to show their facial expressions and a few body movements. This AR Emojis can be more personalized by customizing skin tone, hair color, clothes, and a more which can be shared with family or friends via messaging or social media apps.

If you have Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+ and looking for a way to create your own AR Emojis then let’s take a look at a simple process to do that.

How to Make AR EmojisHow to Create AR Emojis on Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 Plus

Step #1. Open Camera App and Navigate to AR Emojis Screen.

Step #2. Now, Choose Create My Emoji.

Step #3. Keep Your Face straight and look into a front camera to take a picture.

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Step #4. Select the gender like Male or Female, and in the next move, it will start creating AR Emoji.

Step #5. Customise the skin tone, hair color, outfits, and tap OK.

Step #6. Save AR Emojis to a Gallery, and that will make different versions.

You can have a live demo of created AN Emojis. To view that:

Step #1. Open camera App and select AR Emojis Screen.

Step #2. Select the Emojis that you have created. This will help you to create and build AR Emojis with your face gesture.

There are a few more AR Emojis like a bunny, cat, and a few more.

Video: How to Create AR Emojis on Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 Plus?

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