Computers, Mobile, Technology

5 FEATURES YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE SAMSUNG S9 AND S9+

Samsung Mobile just released the S9 and S9+ this past week and we are loving them! These phones as we mentioned in our blog last week, are meant to be the response to the iPhone 8 and X. To us, these two brands of mobile phones are great and if you do not want to be bothered by all the geeky specifications and features you are in the right place. Here are the top 5 things you need to know about the Samsung S9 and S9+.

 

  1. Screen Size.

Obviously, this is the first thing you notice. At first glance you notice the bigger screen sizes of both phones. The S9 comes with a 5.8 inch screen and the S9 + comes with a massive 6.2 inch screen. The screen sizes being bigger guarantee better multimedia quality and selfies. Talk about bigger being better…

 

  1. Cooler Colours

To some, this might not be a big deal but consumers are bored of dark coloured phones. The S9 and S9+ come in really cool and bold colours such as lilac and purple. It also has the normal black too that everyone is used to but kudos to Samsung for bringing out their colouful size. We see you!

 

  1. Camera Quality

Both the S9 and S9+ come with really cool enhanced camera features. One big feature is the 2 different settings for low light and normal light. This gives users the ability to always adjust their camera to the available light. Another camera feature is the slow-motion feature – when recording a video, you can have it in slow motion capturing all the exciting moments mega pixel by mega pixel.

 

  1. Bigger Battery

The galaxy S9+ comes with a bigger battery than the S9 and though we are not sure yet if this will offer enhanced battery life, we are just as excited as you to find out.

 

  1. Finger Print Reader

The finger print reader has been moved under the camera of the S9 and S9+ rather than beside them as was the case with the S8. This was a smart move by Samsung because it was just too stressful having to stretch your finger all the time to meet the scanner beside the camera.

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