Samsung is working to enable the support for ARCore for Augmented Reality apps on the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. For those unaware, ARCore is Google’s new augmented reality platform. ARCore was introduced by Google last year after they scrapped off Project Tango. Show More Summary
So-called "dead zones" have been discovered on a number of S9 and S9 Plus devices, breaking crucial functionality.
The days when the newest smartphone from OnePlus would cost significantly less than the best Android devices of that year while sporting same-or-better specs might be gone. Last year’s OnePlus 5 and 5T were already more expensive than their predecessors, and the OnePlus 6 might be even more expensive if the following rumor is accurate. Show More Summary
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Samsung has introduced major changes to the cameras on the Galaxy S9 and S9+. Here’s a look at the new camera features and how to access them.
Make the most of that beautiful AMOLED display. Samsung was one of the first on the scene with an "always-on" display, leveraging its use of AMOLED displays to show you information when your screen is "off" while also preserving battery life. Show More Summary
Aren’t the mobile wars great? Sure, Apple and Samsung may slug it out month to month over who’s ready to unleash the coolest new phone. But with all that innovation flying at us constantly, we’re the real winners! Case in point — the new Samsung Galaxy S9+, which hit the streets March 16, represents the latest leap forward in smartphone technology. Show More Summary
Feels like your phone's wearing nothing at all… nothing at all.. nothing at all! We seem to say this every year, but the latest flagship devices from Samsung, the Galaxy S9 and S9+, are simply outstanding. Samsung has been continually refining its smartphone design since the Galaxy S6 and that's reflected in the smart touches implemented into the S9. Show More Summary
Do Samsung's new Galaxy S9 and S9+ leapfrog Google's best handsets? We put the phones head-to-head to find the answer.
It's a tougher question than it seems. The Galaxy S8 changed a lot about Samsung's design language, but looking back on it, it wasn't as fundamental a change over the Galaxy S7 as it initially appeared to be. The Galaxy S7 series — and...Show More Summary
Verizon just launched a blockbuster BOGO deal for those who were looking for a reason to upgrade a couple of lines.
Be prepared for frequent top-ups. The Galaxy S9 and S9+ are solid upgrades over the S8 series in just about every way, but one area that didn't see any sort of improvement is battery capacity. Just like the Galaxy S8 and S8+ before them,...Show More Summary
If you're one of the many people picking up a new Galaxy S9 or S9+ in recent days, then you might be overwhelmed by the sheer amount of stuff this phone can do. If you can imagine a phone doing it, chances are it's a feature on the latest Samsung flagships. Show More Summary
Super slow-motion video at 960 frames-per-second is popping up on more flagship phones, but regular slow motion is more versatile (and reliable).
Almost a year since the release of the Galaxy S8, Samsung is back with the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. The post Galaxy S9 – Just a Tad Better Than S8 – Still Scores appeared first on The Good Men Project.
It turns out, the Galaxy S9 Plus costs a little more than the Galaxy Note 8 to manufacture, but less than the iPhone X.
With a refined build and improved camera, the Galaxy S9 shows that Samsung is still the company to beat when it comes to flagship Android smartphones. Here are all the ways it improves on its predecessor - and pretty much every other phone on the market. More »
One of the specs left untouched in the Galaxy S9's list of upgrades is the RAM. With 4GB, it's exactly the same as last year's Galaxy S8 and if you were curious to see how this affects performance, check out this video.