Here are we with Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus with complete specification. Are you ready for latest flagship from Samsung in 2018. Samsung has been introduced its latest Galaxy S9. Infact not only this but a Galaxy S9 Plus as well.
Galaxy S9 Plus will be an evolved version of the Galaxy S8 Plus. Practically, this means a 6.2-inch device with an Infinity display that covers the entire front of the phone. The body will, once again, be water resistant and made out of glass and metal. Also, it currently seems unlikely that the fingerprint scanner will be embedded into the display.
Furthermore, the camera of the S9 Plus will be an advanced version of the dual-lens camera currently found in the Galaxy Note 8. It might even be able to capture video at a rate of 1000 frames per second. We do expect some improvements in the selfie department, but no details are known about the front camera.
Under the hood, the Galaxy S9 Plus will come with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 or Samsung’s own next-generation Exynos, depending on where you live. There will be at least 6GB of RAM and 64GB, or more, of internal storage.
The most interesting technical detail of the device will be its battery size. Last year, Samsung played it safe by not pushing any boundaries with the S8 Plus’ battery. With the launch of the Galaxy S9 Plus several months away, it will take some time before the first credible rumors about its battery will surface.
It has the best screen on the market, according to the experts at DisplayMate, and its software will be easier for Samsung to refine thanks to Project Treble. That means you won’t have to wait so long for Android updates.
Here’s everything you need to know about Samsung Galaxy S9 ahead of its impending launch.
In all countries (except the United States, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Japan and Latin America), the S9 and S9+ both come with a Samsung Exynos 9810 SoC. The United States, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Japan and Latin America versions instead come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC).
The S9 comes with 4 GB of RAM; the S9+ comes with 6 GB of RAM. Both devices come with storage options of 64, 128 and 256 GB, and feature the ability to use a microSD card to expand the storage to a maximum of 400 GB.
The battery capacities are the same as their predecessors: 3000 mAh for the S9, and 3500 mAh for the S9+.
The fingerprint sensor on both the S9 and S9+ has been moved from the right of the camera to a more centralized location just below the camera (as in Galaxy A8 and A8+) for convenience. A more secure unlocking method has been added, where face recognition and iris scanning have been merged into Intelligent Scan.
The cameras on both phones received improvements. The S9+ has a dual-lens camera setup on the back, while the S9 only has a single camera on the back. Both phones have a Dual Aperture rear camera which can switch between f/1.5 and f/2.4, depending on lighting conditions. The phones can shoot 960 frames per second slow motion video, which is dubbed Super Slo-Mo. AR Emoji, similar to Apple‘s Animoji feature on the iPhone X, is a new feature that lets the user make emojis based on themselves. Third party app support will be provided for this feature.