DisplayMate declares Galaxy S9's screen 'best performing smartphone display'
- Author: Arturo Norris Mar 05, 2018,
Mar 05, 2018, 19:04
With the India launch of its flagship Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus scheduled soon, Samsung seems to be shifting its focus to its budget offering now. One thing that has changed, however, is that there is are few major differences between the S9 and S9 Plus which was not the case in Galaxy S8 series past year.
The S9 still features the Super Speed Dual Pixel camera which is still 12Mp.
But are Samsung's new features enough to tempt iPhone users? Some new elements introduced in the S9 and its Plus variant can be noticed on the body of the two devices.
Although prices are yet to be announced, Galaxy S9 may cost around $720 and S9+ almost $840. And I think this is enough fatigue for many enthusiasts who are ready to buy their new Galaxy S9 despite those annoying features we will discuss below. It's offered in the same colours as its smaller sibling.
Price and availability information is yet to be revealed by Samsung. The interna storage of the phone is 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. DisplayMate has evaluated the former's screen and come to the conclusion that it's the best smartphone panel available in the market. Even many of todays high end cameras don't have all these features.
There are dozens of companies involved in the production of smartphones. The camera also gets Dual-pixel PDAF on the main camera module.
The S9 has been described as an "incremental" upgrade from the S8, so on the design and build front there isn't much to say.
Earlier this morning Samsung's Galaxy S9's camera was awarded the highest-yet score from DxOMark, and now its screen gets the best-of-all-time nod from DisplayMate and display wonk Ray Soneira. This is why the Galaxy S9 looks like the S8.
On the camera side, DxOMark gave the Galaxy S9+ a record score of 99, besting the iPhone X's 97. The option of switching to the extra wide aperture of f/1.5 lets the smartphone capture crisp images even in extremely dimly-lit conditions. There are two cameras on the Galaxy S9+ instead of one and they are stacked vertically. Find the Galaxy S9 deal details on verizon.com. Almost all bring something new to the table with Samsung's Galaxy S9 boasting an adjustable aperture that switches between f/1.5 for low light and f/2.4 for better lit photos.
Many are looking forward to the Galaxy Note 9 as a release that will reinvigorate the Samsung line and bring something new to the table. It does all of this nearly simultaneously and is faster compared to the Face ID on the iPhone X. However, some researchers who have had some time to test out the Galaxy S9 have found that despite introducing a new tech, it is still not as secure compared to Face ID, reports Cnet.