Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus,
The best smartphone around? Certainly for Android fans.
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Release date: March 2018 |
Weight: 189g |
Dimensions: 158.1 x 73.8 x 8.5mm |
OS: Android 8 |
Screen size: 6.2-inch |
Resolution: 1440 x 2960 |
CPU: Snapdragon 845 / Exynos 9810 |
RAM: 6GB |
Storage: 64GB/128GB |
Battery: 3,500mAh |
Rear camera: Dual 12MP |
Front camera: 8MP
Battery doesn’t last as well as some others on the list
The Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus is a big phone that’s designed for big hands.
Screen: The Super AMOLED 6.2-inch display has been measured as one of the very best around right now, with super colours, great dynamic range and, essentially, the very best viewing experience you can have on a mobile phone.
Battery life: The battery life on the S9 Plus is better than that seen on the smaller S9, thanks to the 3,500mAh battery in the Plus model – although it’s probably the weakest part of the phone, not offering as much life as we’d have liked.
Camera: The camera on the Galaxy S9 Plus is among the best on the market, and the dual-aperture capability offers some startlingly good snaps when things get a little darker.
You won’t find a bigger and better Android phone than the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, thanks to its oversized 6.2-inch curved screen and low-light-defeating dual-lens camera. This is for people who want the biggest screen and the best camera on one phone.
- Impressive low-light camera
- Better-placed fingerprint sensor
- Loud stereo speakers
What is the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus?
Even though it’s a minor update to an already fantastic phone, the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus remains one of the best Android phones you can buy in 2018. It comfortably stands up against the iPhone X, LG G7 and even Samsung’s other flagship device – the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
The S9 Plus is also heavier and thicker than the previous device.
The Galaxy S9 Plus still looks and feels great in spite of the recycled design.
Samsung’s OLEDs are the best, and this particular panel really shines in the customisations. The default Adaptive mode is great, but since switching to the full DCI-P3 colour-gamut-toting AMOLED Cinema option, I’ve enjoyed it even more.