- 6,2-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+
- Gorgeous screen
- Beautiful body
- Spectacular network performance
- Dual main cameras with excellent low-light capture
- Loud audio
- Camera software oversharpens images
- AR Emoji and Bixby disappoint
It's not revolutionary, but the Samsung Galaxy S9+ sets the bar for smartphones in 2018, with the best hardware features you can get.
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus
- The Galaxy S9 Plus one-ups the excellent Galaxy S9 with a second rear camera for taking portrait photos.
- Battery life fell short of last year's model in our early tests, and the Galaxy S9 Plus suffers from the same underbaked extras as the smaller Galaxy S9. The dual-aperture camera tends to overexpose low-light photos in auto mode.
Samsung Galaxy S9+ review: A predictably-exellent flagship uplifted by a standout camera
- Great camera for both stills and video
- Infinity Display still great
- Battery life
- Bixby still kinda mediocre
- Your mileage may vary on AR emojis
ConclusionWith the S9 and S9+, Samsung swing their engineering talent, brand power and their overall focus back towards the camera side of the equation and, while the results of this pivot aren’t by any means poor, the whole thing does come off as a little predictable.
Inget betygSamsung Galaxy S9+ review: If it ain't broke, don't fix it
- New speakers are amazing
- Great camera performance in low light
- Great design and display
- Out-of-the-box functionality surpasses rivals
- 3.5mm headphone socket
- You might never find all the features
- Display can crush shadows in movies
- Camera could be better with HDR
Conclusion The Samsung Galaxy S9+ is possibly the most fully-featured smartphone on the market. It offers out-of-the-box functionality that exceeds most other devices. It's one of the leaders of a new generation of hardware, pushing one of the nicest quality designs with one of the best displays around. The user interface is one of the most loaded with features giving vast customisation to this slick and powerful handset, which benefits from the introduction of excellent speakers. Boosted audio brings a lift to games and movies, giving immediate appeal, but the battery life doesn't really break new ground.But Samsung started from a very strong place. The best smartphone of 2017 has evolved into this device, so in some ways it's an incremental step over something that was already very good. Most of the attention pours into the camera and while there's innovation and some impressive low-light performance - as well as the benefit of that second zoom lens and features galore - the daytime performance of this camera isn't quite class leading.We can't hesitate to recommend the Samsung Galaxy S9+: it will be many things to a great many people. But with prices rising, those with a Galaxy S8+ or Galaxy Note 8 don't need to rush to upgrade, for while there's a lot that's new, many of the important features Samsung had nailed the last time around.The original version of this review was published on 8 March 2018. Find the best Galaxy S9+ deals here Alternatives to considerHuawei Mate 10 ProThere was a time when we wouldn't consider recommending Huawei as an alternative to Samsung, but this demonstrates how far Huawei has come in smartphones. You get a quality build and a great camera, but with battery life being Huawei's killer stroke. Like Samsung, Huawei heavily customises Android Oreo with its EMUI software and that takes some tweaking to get it back to an Android state of mind. It can't quite match the display chops, but you can get at a good deal cheaper than the Galaxy S9+. Huawei Mate 10 Pro review Samsung Galaxy Note 8A similar software experience will be boosted when the Note 8 gets updated to Android Oreo, but if you're looking for hardware parity, this is as close as you'll get to the Galaxy S9+ in an existing device. It offers those dual cameras on the rear and while it lacks the dual aperture function, it gains the S Pen and is a little larger in size, carrying with it better battery life. You can also get it for the same price as Samsung's latest phone, with more display on offer. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 review Google Pixel 2 XLWhile the Pixel 2 XL can't compete with Samsung's design or the quality of the display, it does have a couple of advantages. The first is that the Android software is the first to be updated and it's free from bloat - there's no duplication of quirky services, just Google goodness. The second is that the camera makes better use of daylight with greater HDR results. It won't touch the Galaxy S9+ in low light, but for daytime shooting, we actually prefer it. If camera matters, always consider the Pixel 2. Google Pixel 2 XL review
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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus review
Conclusion The Galaxy S9+ is a gorgeous and almost flawless phone, offering premium specs and features in a sleek and well-made design. There is the issue of it being very similar to its predecessor but we're glad Samsung hasn't dropped the headphone jack and introduced a notch - if it 'aint broke. It's easily one of the best smartphones money can buy but a key question is whether you should get it over the regular S9. The answer is yes, but only if you can afford the extra cost, don't mind the larger size and will make use of the additional features such as the second rear camera.