Galaxy S8 vs Galaxy Note9

Which one is best for you?

Looking for a big screen smartphone? Then you’ll love the Samsung Galaxy Note9 with the 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen and AKG speakers. And its fingerprint scanner is placed below the camera so you won’t smudge your rear-camera lenses.

But if you’d prefer a smaller and lighter phone, Galaxy S8 is a good choice. It has the same USB-C charging port, headphone jack and front-facing camera as the Note9. And it also has Optical Stabilisation. But Note9’s aperture and Super Slow-Mo is more improved – so you’ll get crisper images and video.

Compare the specs to find out which one is the one for you.

  • Samsung

    Galaxy S8

    • Up your selfie game with an 8-megapixel front camera that uses autofocus to ensure great results every time

    • See more on a beautiful Infinity Display that curves right into the edges of the phone

    • Sharpen your photography skills – the camera takes multiple shots to reduce blur

    • Get the most from your phone and discover new features with Bixby personal assistant

    Buy the Galaxy S8
  • Samsung

    Galaxy Note9

    • Immerse yourself in crystal clear images and video on the 6.4-inch Infinity Display

    • The dual aperture camera with optical zoom adapts to light just like your eyes, so you can take beautiful pictures day and night

    • Control your phone remotely from up to 10 metres with the new Bluetooth S Pen

    • Create and share a fun Augmented Reality version of yourself with AR emojis

    Buy the Galaxy Note9
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Display 5.8 inches 6.4 inches
Size and weight Height: 148.9 mm
Width: 68.1 mm
Depth: 8 mm
Weight: 152 grams
Height: 161.9 mm
Width: 76.4 mm
Depth: 8.8 mm
Weight: 201 grams
Rear camera 12 MP 12 MP
Front camera 8 MP 8 MP
Video recording 2160p@60fps
Processor Exynos 8895 Exynos 9810
Battery 3000 mAh 4000 mAh
Storage 64 GB 128 GB
Splash, water and dust resistant Yes Yes
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