The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are obviously the ninth edition of the company’s flagship smartphone line-up, and needs no real introduction. Irrespective of whether you closely follow smartphones or not, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ will sound familiar. Whether it’s the series of ads in newspapers or hoardings, the Samsung Galaxy S-series represents desirability. Unless, of course, you’re an Apple fan.
Priced from Rs 64,900 for the 64GB storage variant and going up to Rs 72,900 if you want 256GB of in-built storage, the Samsung Galaxy S9+ is undeniably sitting in premium territory. For the money, you get the best that Samsung and the Android smartphone ecosystem have to offer. With an improved dual-camera setup, beautiful screen-dominated design and only the most powerful chipset on a smartphone today, the Galaxy S9+ is the most promising device of 2018 so far. Here’s our full review of the Samsung Galaxy S9+.
Samsung doesn’t make huge design changes to its flagship line-up every year. While the Galaxy S6 Edge was the first to introduce the curved-edge display, the Galaxy S7 series were just incremental updates. Similarly, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ were revolutionary in bringing the wider 18.5:9 aspect ratio to the series, and also came with interesting add-ons such as Bixby and face and iris scanning for biometric security. The Samsung Galaxy S9+, while a definite step-up, doesn’t change much in the design department. Despite the large screen size, the phone is on par with classic 5.5-inch screen smartphones, making it easy to grip for the most part.
Here’s our video review of the Samsung Galaxy S9+!