Samsung Galaxy s9 and s9+ is launched with great camera to beat iPhone X, Samsung galaxy s9 comes with latest android OREO version.

Samsung galaxy s9 has Snapdragon 845/Exynos 9810, S9 has 4GB RAM & 64GB/256GB storage and can be increase up to 400GB. Hope 400GB is enough for you, which will be available for preorder on March 2nd and arrive in stores on March 16th, aren’t hugely different from the S8 phones.

Samsung Galaxy S9 release date and price

 

Pre-orders for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ are now open.

 Those who pre-order before March 7 will receive their shiny new Galaxy phone ahead of schedule on March 9. Otherwise, the Galaxy S9 will begin to hit shelves on March 16.

Pricing starts as follows.

  • Galaxy S9 – £739/$719
  • Galaxy S9+ – £869/ $839

Camera comes with dual aperture mode

Take photos without thinking twice—no matter the time of day. With two f-stop modes, the category-defining Dual Aperture adapts to bright light and super low light automatically, like the human eye. And you can flex your artistic side, toggling the aperture to create a mood.

Galaxy S9 camera comes with great features, it has dual aperture mode, slow motion video recording, can capture a adorable pictures in any types of light.

When you’re on a bumpy ride, your photos will still come out sharp

The camera that can instantly read what your eyes can’t.

Samsung galaxy s9 has great features LIVE TRANSLATION is one of them, now visit any country or state without fear because s9 can translate those words within a seconds.

Translate any word, paragraph by using camera.

Samsung Galaxy s9 is awesome device, with it’s great specs, Samsung galaxy s8 has a some minor bugs and little bit speaker problem and finger print sensor,

But Galaxy s9 fixed these issue and available with great camera and stunning display.In reality, this should be the ultimate Android phone.

The changes appear minor in some areas, but maybe it’s just that we’ve come to expect too much from annual updates to these super-powerful phones. Is there anything else Samsung could have added? A 4K screen would have been nice, if unnecessary, and proper 10-bit HDR video recording could have added another skill to the camera. I’m probably most surprised that Samsung didn’t try to take on Face ID with an updated iris scanner or improved facial recognition – both of which I’ve found very hit-and-miss in the past.

Galaxy s8 was the best phone of the 2017 hope s9 will folow this too.

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