- 5,8-tums Super AMOLED-skärm med upplösning i QHD+
- Använder senaste Exynos-processorn från Samsung
- Ny kamera med justerbar bländare för olika ljusförhållanden
- Stöd för AR Emoji som liknar Apples Animoji
- Slow motion-funktion med 960 bilder per sekund i HD-upplösning
- Släpps med Android 8.0 den 16 mars 2018
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Samsung Galaxy S9
- Promising low-light camera performance
- Terrific network support
- High-quality screen
- Interesting AI photo modes
- Elegant body
- Not a radical change from the Galaxy S8
- AR emoji need work
The Samsung Galaxy S9 improves on the S8's camera and audio, and the S9+ adds dual cameras, but the phones aren't a huge step forward for Samsung.
Samsung Galaxy S9
- The Galaxy S9 once again proves Samsung's formula of a gorgeous 5.8-inch screen, sexy dual-curved design and terrific camera for well-lit shots can't go wrong. Whiplash-fast speeds, strong battery life, wireless charging and water-resistance complete the package. And it looks stunning in purple and blue.
- Low-light photos often look blurry and lack the fine texture and contrast of competing phone cameras. The Galaxy S9's camera frequently, accidentally switches between modes. 3D avatar software is tragically bad and a new face-unlock tool is inherently insecure. The Galaxy S9 costs more than last year's Galaxy S8.
Inget betygSamsung Galaxy S9 review: A refined evolution
- Brilliant display
- Stereo sound is surprisingly powerful
- Curved glass and metal is very attractive
- Comfortable to use
- Super speedy and fluid performance
- Battery isn't great
- Camera over-exposes highlights regularly
- AR Emoji and Bixby need a lot of improving
Conclusion While it’s not perfect, the Galaxy S9 is a fantastic device. It’s got a brilliant display, great camera, brilliant performance all-round, and in a body that’s easily one of the most elegant ever released. Its stereo sound makes such a difference to media consumption too. Its camera could do with slightly better performance in regards to overexposure, and the battery isn’t great, but it’s still a top drawer device with a top drawer price. At £739, it's a serious investment. But it you want all the latest, best features in a device that looks good, you'll need to pay for it. The original version of this review was published on 8 March 2018.AlternativesPocket-lintGoogle Pixel 2Google's Pixel 2 differs from the Galaxy S9 in a number of ways. It has a more conventional 16:9 ratio display, a more minimalist approach to design and runs a pure version of Android. It also has one of the best cameras going, and a battery that's more efficiently managed. It's perhaps a bit more boring, but it gets things done, effortlessly and without showing off. Read the full article: Google Pixel 2 reviewPocket-lintApple iPhone 8For the last seven years, Apple's iPhone and Samsung Galaxy have been each other's biggest rivals. The same is true this year. If you want a small, powerful phone with a great camera, the iPhone 8 is an easy recommendation. It runs Apple's iOS software which is kept up to date for years after the phone is launched. It's quick, easy to use and has all the best apps available to it. Read the full article: Apple iPhone 8 reviewPocket-lintSamsung Galaxy S8We don't often recommend older phones, but in the case of the Galaxy S9, we really don't think you'll be missing out much by going for last year's model. Especially now that the price has dropped to around £500. It's comfortably cheaper than the S9, without any real compromises. Read the full article: Galaxy S8 review
Inget betygSamsung Galaxy S9 vs Pixel 2
Conclusion The S8 set the benchmark of last year, and S9 is really a small upgrade – but how can you improve on the best phone of 2017? A lot of Samsung's development effort has been put into the camera, and this can be seen across the market – as manufactures desperately try and innovate their phones. Samsung is certainly a few steps ahead when it comes to the hardware and camera design. While the Pixel 2 certainly struggles in comparison in terms of features, which you might expect considering the price difference, using the phone is a real joy and is something that Google have really nailed on the software side. You honestly can't go wrong with either of these phones, you won't be disappointed by either – if you really want the best and most stylish looking phone, the solid all rounder, then you'lll prefer the S9. However, you pay a lot for the top of the market, and the Pixel 2 in comparison offers outstanding value for money, and in our opinion, a better user experience with the software too.