Galaxy S9 vs Galaxy S9+
Released together in early 2018, the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ look very similar to the S8 and S8+ but have some significant new features that set them apart. What’s more, the Galaxy S9+ has a few unique upgrades that distinguish it from the Galaxy S9 (on top of its larger screen, of course).
Both the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ benefit from the new Octa-core Exynos 9810 processor which, according to the manufacturer, performs much better than the Exynos 8895 that featured in the 2017 models. And, as both phones have the same battery size as their 2017 equivalents, the extra efficiency from the new processor should give you more time between charges, whichever you choose. The Galaxy S9+, however, now has more RAM, – 6GB as opposed to 4GB for the Galaxy S9 – so it should perform more smoothly when multitasking.
Take a look at the cameras, though, and you’ll see that, while both have improvements on the previous year’s models, the Galaxy S9+ starts to pull ahead. Both feature a main camera with dual aperture (the first smartphones to have this feature) so they perform much better in low light. But the Galaxy S9+ now has a second main camera, with 2x optical zoom letting you get closer to your subject without loss of quality.
Both phones have plenty to offer – gorgeous super-AMOLED screens that blend in to the edges of the phone, stereo speakers, intelligent facial recognition and more. The Galaxy S9+ does have a couple of little extras that set it apart from the Galaxy S9 as we’ve seen – but you’re not a fan of large format phones they might not be enough to sway you. Whichever you choose, you’ll enjoy cutting edge features, superb performance and luxurious sound and vision.
|Capacity 1||64GB||128 GB|
|Size and Weight 2||
Height: 147.7 mm
Width: 68.7 mm
Depth: 8.5 mm
Height: 158.1 mm
Width: 73.8. mm
Depth 8.5 mm
|Splash, Water and Dust Resistant 3||Yes||Yes|
Octa-core Exynos 9810
||Octa-core Exynos 9810|
|Main Camera||12 MP||Dual 12 MP|
|Video Recording||960 FPS in Slow-mo mode||960 FPS in Slow-mo mode|
|Front Camera||8 MP||8 MP|