It’s the time of the year again when Samsung is coming down with its new lauch, the 9th edition of the Galaxy S series, doing a favor to all the Samsung users who are in love with the companies ever-evolving technology.
Both the models are comparable in terms of size and characteristics features just as their predecessors S8 and S8+ have been, except for just one, the Samsung S9+ comes with a secondary camera sensor which enables the bokeh effect for users after clicking a picture. It additionally has up to 2x optical zoom, with an aperture of about f/2.4 and f/1.5, that can be managed according to changes in the surrounding environment.
Except for this feature, both phones offer the similar memory storage facilities and astounding picture quality like Samsung has always served for its users. But both phones have an impactful change in the position of the fingerprint scanner, which has been moved beneath the camera sensor.
While we are wondering over how one is better than the other, lets look at the specifications.
Samsung Galaxy S9
Samsung Galaxy S9+
|Price||Rs 57900||Rs 64900|
|Processor||Snapdragon 845/Exynos 9810||Snapdragon 845/Exynos 9810|
|Display||5.8” Quad HD curved AMOLED||6.2” Quad HD curved AMOLED|
Front facing: 8 MP
Front facing: 8 MP with a second camera sensor
|Weight||163 grams||189 grams|
|OS||Android Oreo 8.0||Android Oreo 8.0|
The phones are already out since the 16th of March, its time for another investment!As the highlight of every Samsung mobile has always been the picture quality it endows, there are still very few technical industries, which have the ability to combat them. The S9 series have an upgraded technology, which allows better picture resolution in dim lit scenarios. It is said to allow 28% more light than being offered by the Galaxy S8. Moreover, the slow-mo feature has been empowered with a power to capture video at 960 frames per second, while the phone contains HDR10 format for videos. The sound quality is always on fire with the installed Dolby Atmos.