With the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, Samsung has given the camera on its flagship handsets a major upgrade. The dual aperture lens along with an improved camera lens and processing means that the Galaxy S9 is able to capture photos that are vastly superior to its predecessor and competes right there with the Pixel 2.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ feature big and bright beautiful AMOLED displays. While their display size remains the same, the AMOLED panel on the Galaxy S9 is up to 15 percent brighter and more color accurate than the one found on the Galaxy S8.
After being available for pre-order for over two weeks, Samsung’s latest flagship handsets — the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ — are now available for purchase in almost 70 countries starting from today. The handset will roll out to over 110 countries by the end of this month.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are now on sale in most parts of the world. The handsets might not seem like that big of an upgrade over the Galaxy S8, but the Samsung has made some meaningful refinements to the Galaxy S9 to improve its overall user experience. And if you have purchased a Galaxy S9 or its Plus sibling, you have made a wise decision. Now, chances are if you are coming from an iPhone, you are wondering how to move your important data like contacts, photos, messages etc to your new Galaxy.
At some point in the near future, HTC is going to launch its newest flagship smartphone. A new report aims to give us a look at what’s coming down the pipe.
It was rumored recently that Google was planning on rebranding its Android Wear platform, the software used to run smartwatches.
Samsung Galaxy S9 vs Pixel 2 Camera Comparison: Superior Hardware Still Cannot Beat Google’s Software
The 12MP rear camera of the Pixel 2 is pure magic. Thanks to Google’s HDR+ algorithm, the phone is able to capture some amazing photos that would not have been possible a year or two ago. And then, there’s the Galaxy S9. After not making any noticeable improvements to the Galaxy S8’s camera, Samsung is back in the game this year with the dual-aperture camera of the Galaxy S9.
With the Galaxy S9, Samsung tried to imitate the iPhone X’s Animoji feature by only using the 8MP autofocus camera on the front of the device. The result was AR Emoji which has not received positive reviews. Samsung has not given up trying though. The company is reportedly working with Israeli startup Mantis Vision and camera module firm Namuga to develop a 3D sensing camera solution for the Galaxy S10.
Google has freshly added support for Hindi commands on Assistant, bringing much joy to Hindi speakers around the world. The feature has taken surprisingly long for Google to implement, but we’re glad it’s finally here.
Yesterday, Xiaomi unveiled another new handset for the Indian market: the Redmi 5. The 5.7-inch handset is not meant to compete with Xiaomi’s own Redmi Note 5 but instead sits a slot below it. Its aimed at people who are looking for a compact smartphone within Rs 8,000.