Get to know Samsung Galaxy S9
It’s supposed to be Samsung’s most important smartphone of the year 2018, thanks to its features. Rumour has it it’s based on the Galaxy S8, but it’s a better model, so we’re not even mad.
From what we know, the top and the bottom bezels will come thinner than the last model, and (and we’re about to make a comparison with iPhone X) screen-to-body ratio will be higher than the one we have on iPhone X. Isn’t that exciting?
The Camera thing was a little tricky. It’s been repositioned centrally and the flash is right beside it. And because of that, we now have no problems when it comes to fingerprints on the lens, as we used to have with previous models. This phone will have a dual camera, making it the first model to have split camera between the smaller and the larger models of Galaxy S. And guess what does that mean. Profit.
On the bright side of the fact, the camera is on the same level as the chassis, while, with Apple phones, the camera extend beyond the surface. If you look closely you might say that Galaxy S9 has, too, this extended beyond the surface camera – but it’s not. It’s just a teeny tiny protective metal, so when you actually drop your phone on the floor, camera will have the protection it deserves.
Bixby button remains. Yep. They’re not giving it up without a fight. The bad part? It’s not improved at all. But the fact that they want to keep the tradition still with the button, it’s actually something to be admired for. The slot for the MicroSD card it’s still in the same place. It does have a headphone jack worth of 3.5mm though.
What about the software?
They should probably have Android Oreo already, but it’s not a sure thing. For this to happen, the phones might have to be compatible to Project Treble, Google’s innovation, because of its faster updates. If they do release it with Marshmallow, then we’ll all have to wait for even more updates.
But other than that, it all looks good for us. It should for you, too.
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