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Samsung Galaxy S9

Android smartphone

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Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+

Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9+

BrandSamsung Galaxy
ManufacturerSamsung Electronics
SloganThe Camera. Reimagined.
SeriesGalaxy S
  • International models:
  • SM-Gx (S9)
  • SM-Gx (S9+)
  • (Last letter varies by carrier and international models)
  • Japanese models:
  • SCV38 (au, S9)
  • SCK (NTT Docomo, S9)
  • SCV39 (au, S9+)
  • SCK (NTT Docomo, S9+)
First released16&#;March ; 3 years ago&#;()
Availability by region
PredecessorSamsung Galaxy S8/S8+
SuccessorSamsung Galaxy S10
RelatedSamsung Galaxy Note 9
Samsung Galaxy A9 ()
TypeSmartphone (S9 and S9+)
Form factorSlate
&#;mm ×&#;&#;mm ×&#;&#;mm (&#;in ×&#;&#;in ×&#;&#;in)
&#;mm ×&#;&#;mm ×&#;&#;mm (&#;in ×&#;&#;in ×&#;&#;in)
  • S9: &#;g (&#;oz)
  • S9+: &#;g (&#;oz)
Operating systemOriginal:Samsung Experience on top of Android "Oreo"
Current:One UI on top of Android10
Unofficial alternative: Android 11
System on chip
  • Exynos: Octa-core (4×&#;GHz & 4×&#;GHz)
  • Snapdragon: Octa-core (4×&#;GHz & 4×&#;GHz) Kryo
Storage64 GB UFS
Removable storagemicroSD, expandable up to &#;GB
Data inputsSensors:


  • Physical sound volume keys
  • Bixby key
  • × p Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen Infinity Display
  • Gorilla Glass 5
  • S9: &#;in (&#;mm), &#;ppi
  • S9+: &#;in (&#;mm), &#;ppi
Rear cameraS9:Sony IMX;[2]Samsung Isocell S5K2L3 [3]12&#;MP (&#;μm, f//), OIS, 4K at 30 or 60 fps (limited to 5 min),[4]QHD at 30 fps, p at 30 or 60 fps, p at 30 and super slow motion at fps (for seconds).
S9+:Sony IMX; Samsung Isocell S5K2L3 Dual 12&#;MP (&#;μm, f//) + 12 MP ((&#;μm), f/), Dual OIS, 4K at 30 or 60 fps (limited to 5 min),[4] QHD at 30 fps, p at 30 or 60 fps, p at 30 fps and super slow motion at fps (for seconds).
Front cameraSony IMX; Samsung Isocell S5K31[3]8&#;MP (&#;μm, f/), autofocus
SoundStereo speakers tuned by AKG, Dolby Atmos surround sound
ConnectivityWi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac (/5&#;GHz), VHT80, MU-MIMO, QAM

Bluetooth (LE up to 2Mbit/s), ANT+, USB-C, mm headphone jack, NFC, location (GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, BeiDou)

2G, 3G, LTE, LTE-A
Water resistanceIP68, up to &#;m (&#;ft) for 30 minutes

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are Android-based smartphones unveiled, manufactured, released and marketed by Samsung Electronics as part of the Samsung Galaxy S series. The devices were revealed at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on 25 February , as the successors to the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+.[5]

The Galaxy S9 and S9+ have nearly identical features to the S8 models, with the same display sizes and aspect ratio as their predecessors. One highly regarded change to distinguish between the models is the location of the fingerprint sensor. While the S8's is found beside the camera, the S9's is directly underneath it. Most notably, however, the S9 line is equipped with several camera improvements over the S8.

The phone received generally favorable reviews, with critics mostly noting the enhanced camera and better positioned fingerprint scanner. Critics, however, still criticize the lack of improvement to other features compared to its predecessor. It is available in seven colours (Lilac Purple, Midnight Black, Titanium Gray, Coral Blue, Sunrise Gold, Burgundy Red, and Polaris Blue). It was succeeded by the Samsung Galaxy S10 in March


Many Galaxy S9 features and design changes were leaked weeks before the official launch,[6] and the official launch video was leaked a few hours prior to the unveiling.[7]




On the front, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ look identical to the S8 and S8+. They both feature p Super AMOLED displays, with an aspect ratio. The S9 has a inch panel, while the S9+ uses a larger inch panel.[8] The displays have curved sides that slope over the horizontal edges of the device.


The cameras on both phones received improvements. The S9+ has a dual-lens camera setup on the back, like on the Galaxy Note 8, while the S9 only has a single camera on the back. Both phones have a Dual Aperture rear camera which can switch between f/ and f/, depending on lighting conditions, making it the first mobile phone since the Nokia N86 () with a variable aperture camera.[9][10]

The phones can record video with 4K (p) at 60 frames per second (limited to 5 minutes[4][11]), p at frames per second and frames per second "Super Slo-Motion " video at p for seconds, all three of which have been featured on any Samsung flagship phone for the first time.[12][8] The first two frame rates are the first increase in the series since the Samsung Galaxy S5.

AR Emoji, similar to Apple's Animoji feature on the iPhone X, is a new feature that lets the user make emojis based on themselves with the help of artificial realityface recognition.[13] Third party app support is provided for this feature.

A software update retrofitted the Galaxy Note 9 feature of warning the user about flaws in photos such as blinking eyes and blur.[14]

Chipsets and storage[edit]

In most countries, the S9 and S9+ both come with a Samsung Exynos SoC. Versions sold in the United States, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Japan, and Latin America come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC instead.[8]

The S9 comes with 4 GB of RAM; the S9+ comes with 6 GB of RAM.[15] Both devices come with storage options of 64, GB feature the ability to use a microSD card to expand the storage to a maximum of GB.[16]


The battery capacities are the same as their predecessors: mAh for the S9, and mAh for the S9+.[16] The batteries are not user-replaceable. Just like its predecessor, the S9 supports AirFuel Inductive (formerly PMA) and Wireless Power Consortium's Qiwireless charging standards.[17]

Wired charging allows for up to 15 Watts via Qualcomm Quick Charge [1] while wireless charging is possible with up to 10 Watts.[18]


The S9 and S9+ have stereo speakers tuned by AKG and the phones also have Dolby Atmos surround sound support; furthermore, the S9 and S9+ are two of the few smartphones that still retain the mm headphone jack.[8]


Where the S9 and S9+ have the most noticeable change from the S8 line is on the back of the phone. The fingerprint sensor has been moved from the right of the camera to a more centralized location just below the camera like on the Galaxy A8 and A8+ for convenience. A more secure unlocking method has been added, where face recognition and iris scanning have been merged into one and called Intelligent Scan.[19]

There are also several construction improvements compared to S8 and S8+ models, mostly to increase physical durability, such as thicker glass, thicker metal rim and different (less prone to deformation) metal alloy used for the frame.[20]


The S9 and S9+ ship with Android "Oreo", with Google mobile services and the Samsung Experience user interface and software suite. It is mainly unchanged over the versions found on the S8 and Note 8, but adds additional features such as new customization options, live language translation in the camera app, and landscape (horizontal) orientation support for the Samsung home screen,[21][19][22] a lack of which the Galaxy S3 has been criticized for, including by Evan Blass, in [23][24]

The S9 and S9+ also support Project Treble, making it easier to update than previous generations of Galaxy Devices.[25]

In December , Samsung began to release Android "Pie" for the S9. This update introduces a major revamp of Samsung's Android user experience known as One UI.[26] A main design element of One UI is intentional repositioning of key user interface elements in stock apps to improve usability on large screens: many apps include large headers that push the beginning of content towards the center of the display, while navigation controls and other prompts are often displayed near the bottom of the display instead.[27][28] As of May , the S9 also supports updating to Android


In mid, Samsung published a series of mockery commercials named "Ingenious" against iPhones' lack of the Galaxy S9's functionality, including an audio connector, memory card expandable storage, as well as allegedly inferior network transfer rates and camera performance.

In one of those commercials, an unhappy customer failed to locate a memory card slot on her iPhone, to which the Apple Store employee told her that the device lacks such, and suggested her in one word to rely on cloud storage as storage expansion instead, even though it depends on Internet access to function and has slow transfer rates and high latency compared to memory cards. The customer stated that she did not "want her stuff up there", but locally, to which the Apple store employee suggested purchasing a model with more internal storage.[29]


John McCann from Techradar complimented the improved camera and the new location of the fingerprint sensor, but criticized that it was too similar to its predecessor (Galaxy S8) and had limited AR Emoji functionality.[30]

Brian Heater of TechCrunch reviewed the S9+ on 8 March , and said that the phone is built on the "success [of the S8] in a number of ways".[31]

Computerworld gave the phone a positive review and said it was "measurably better than its predecessor", but did note there wasn't a new feature that was particularly "exciting".[32]PC Magazine also gave the Galaxy S9 and S9+ positive reviews.[33]

CNBC's Todd Haselton said on 8 March that the S9+ was superior to the S9, for reasons such as the larger screen and second camera, as well as more RAM and battery power.[34]

Samuel Gibbs from The Guardian gave the S9+ 5/5 stars, with the headline it was "the best big-screen smartphone by miles". Screen and camera were praised, but the review noted battery life could be better. He also appreciated the inclusion of a headphone jack, despite many other phones not having one.[35]

The larger S9+'s camera received a score of 99 from DxOMark, which, at the time was the highest score awarded by them to a mobile device camera.[36] It was soon surpassed by the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro, which scored and respectively.[37]

Dan Seifert of The Verge gave the S9 a score of , stating that its performance, camera and design were satisfactory. However, he was not amused by the average battery life and the addition of Bixby, also saying that Samsung has a poor history of updating their smartphones.[38]


Samsung has described the sales of the Galaxy S9 as "slow" in their Q2 earning report. Analysts predicted that the phone would be the worst selling Galaxy S flagship since the Samsung Galaxy S5.[39] During its first two sales quarters, a record low million units were sold.[40]


Touchscreen issues[edit]

About a week after the release of the devices, users started experiencing an issue in the touchscreen, where it would fail to register input in any particular area of the screen, even after a factory reset.[41] This was termed as "dead zones" by the users.[42] Samsung has responded by issuing a statement that they were "looking into a limited number of reports of Galaxy S9/S9+ touchscreen responsiveness issues".[43]

Black Crush issues[edit]

Some users of the Galaxy S9 have reported the so-called "Black Crush" issues, where the display has issues displaying different shades of dark colors. Samsung has responded with a statement that they are aware of "a limited number of reports of Galaxy S9/S9+ displaying dark colors differently than intended in certain instances" but has not provided an official fix for it yet.[44][45]

Battery life issues[edit]

Many users with the Exynos variant of the phone experienced subpar battery life. Analysts discovered that the four Samsung-designed cores had been poorly tuned, resulting in decreased battery life.[46] This issue, however, has been addressed in part with the release of the August update.[47]

Exynos performance[edit]

In previous Galaxy S phones, the Exynos processor performed similar to the Snapdragon version. The S9 powered by the Exynos performed relatively slow for a flagship and compared to the Snapdragon-powered S9. This was not very evident in synthetic benchmarks, but more so in benchmarks that simulated real world performance, such as PCMark.[48][49]

See also[edit]


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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus

Equipped with impressive features and decent specifications, the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus is a perfect choice that is available at a starting price of Rs 64, The phone offers a slip-free grip as it is light in weight and is easy to carry.

This stylish handset from Samsung comes with a inches ( cm) display that has a resolution of x pixels offering immersive and comfortable viewing..

The camera specifications of the mobile are really impressive and remarkable that let you capture high-resolution images and videos. On the rear, the mobile comes with a Single camera setup, which has 12 MP + 12 MP cameras. Features on the rear camera setup include Wide Angle Selfie. On the front, the mobile features a 8 MP camera for clicking beautiful selfies and making video calls.

You can enjoy speed and lots of storage space as the phone comes with 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage so that you can store all your songs, videos, games, and other stuff with the utmost convenience. In addition to this, you can play games, listen to music, multitask, and stream content smoothly as the phone is powered with Octa core ( GHz, Quad core, M2 Mongoose + GHz, Quad core, Cortex A53) Samsung Exynos 9 Octa processor.

Various connectivity options on the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus include WiFi - Yes Wi-Fi , a/ac/b/g/n/n 5GHz, MIMO, Wi-Fi Direct, Mobile Hotspot, Bluetooth - Yes v, and 4G (supports Indian bands), 3G, 2G. Sensors on the phone include Light sensor, Proximity sensor, rgbw sensor, Accelerometer, Barometer, Compass, Gyroscope. Besides, the handset runs Android v (Oreo) operating system that is clutter free and it houses a mAh Li-ion battery that offers you a long-lasting entertainment without worrying about battery drainage.

The dimensions of the phone are mm x mm x mm..

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus Price In India
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus smartphone price in India is Rs 45, Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus was launched in the country on March 16, (Official). Thesmartphone comes in 2 other storage and RAM variants - Samsung-Galaxy-S9-PlusGB, Samsung-Galaxy-S9-PlusGB. As for the colour options, the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus smartphone comes in Midnight Black, Coral Blue, Lilac Purple, Burgundy Red, Polaris Blue colours.

Samsung Galaxy S9 vs S9 Plus: Should I super-size?

OS Details

Samsung Galaxy S9 has been launched in March
Samsung Galaxy S9 have Android (Oreo)

Screen Dimensions

Samsung Galaxy S9 screen size is inch with ~ % body ratio of actual device size. Physical dimensions for Samsung Galaxy S9 device is x x INCH or ( x x MM).

Displaying of Units are in this order "Height x Width x Thickness"

Screen Pixel Density and CSS Pixel Ratio

"Pixel" is smallest unit/element of any display.

The total number of pixels that fit into an inch is referred to as "Screen Density" or "Pixel Density" and it measured as "Pixels Per Inch".
Pixel Desnsity have limits to display Pixels Per Inch depends on different screen sizes. When number of pixels per inch increases than it's screen-size limit, the Display resolution will increase but actual device width/height in pixels remain same. Actual device pixels are known as Device Independent Pixels or CSS Pixel Ratio.

Samsung Galaxy S9 resolution is x PX with ~ pixel desnsity.
Samsung Galaxy S9 viewport size is x PX with ~ actual pixel density, which means it have 4 xxxhdpi display pixel density.

Screen Resolution and Viewport

The sum of pixels which are displaying on a device is called as "Screen Resolution". and sum of actual pixels of any device is reffered to as "Viewport".

Samsung Galaxy S9 have " physical screen size and its resolution is about x Pixels with approximately PPI pixel density. Samsung Galaxy S9 has viewport size x Pixels and its pixel ratio is about 4.

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Retina Media Queries

Retina is actually based upon device pixel ratio. Devices mostly have 2x or 3x display so you can use general retina media queries to display high resolution content on all kind of devices. Retina 2x and Retina 3x media queries given below:

Retina 2x Media Query

Retina 3x Media Query

Samsung Galaxy S9 Specifications

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Size screen galaxy s9

Samsung's Galaxy S9 is officially here -- and maybe you like what you see? 

Maybe you're in the market for a new phone right now, in fact. But there are two versions to choose from: the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 Plus. 

Why would you pick one over the other? Let's discuss differences -- and afterwards, I'll describe what they have in common. 



As you might expect, the Galaxy S9 Plus is larger than the vanilla Galaxy S9, which may make it a better pick if you want a bigger screen or have larger hands. While each screen has the same 2,x1,pixel resolution, the S9 Plus screen is larger at inches, compared to the inch diagonal Galaxy S9.

And while both devices are the same thickness -- mm, or about a third of an inch -- the S9 Plus's body is larger too. It's inches (about 10mm) taller and inches (about 5mm) wider as well. 

Bigger doesn't necessarily mean better, of course. I prefer a smaller phone, and there's pixel density to consider, too -- since the Galaxy S9 crams more pixels into the same space, it's likely better for VR games where those pixels get blown up big by the Gear VR or Google Daydream View's magnifying lenses.

All of this was true of last year's Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, too -- unlike the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, where one had a curved screen and the other didn't. Things are more standardized now.

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus


This is the big one. The Galaxy S9 Plus has two cameras on the back, and the regular Galaxy S9 doesn't.

While both phones have Samsung's fancy new megapixel dual-aperture camera (which lets in more light by adjusting the size of the phone's iris, much like a DSLR), only the Galaxy S9 Plus has a second megapixel camera with a 2x telephoto lens for zooming in closer to your subject.

It's a shame you can't have both cameras on the smaller phone -- Apple's iPhone X does.

Read more about the Galaxy S9's cameras here.

Samsung Galaxy Spec Showdown

Samsung Galaxy S9 Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus Samsung Galaxy S8 Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Display size, resolution inch; 2,x1, pixels inch; 2,x1, pixels inch; 2,x1, pixels inch; 2,x1, pixels inch; 2,x1, pixels
Pixel density ppi ppi ppi ppi ppi
Dimensions (Inches) xx in xx in xx in xx in xx in
Dimensions (Millimeters) xx mm xx mm xx8mm xx mm xxmm
Weight (Ounces, Grams) oz; g oz; g oz; g oz; g oz, g
Mobile software Android Oreo Android Oreo Android Nougat Android Nougat Android Nougat
Camera megapixel Dual megapixel megapixel megapixel Dual megapixel
Front-facing camera 8-megapixel 8-megapixel 8-megapixel 8-megapixel 8-megapixel
Video capture 4K 4K 4K 4K 4K
Processor Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon (GHz+GHz) or octa-core Samsung Exynos Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon (GHz+GHz) or octa-core Samsung Exynos Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon (GHz+GHz) or octa-core Samsung Exynos Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon (GHz+GHz) or octa-core Samsung Exynos Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon (GHz+GHz) or octa-core Samsung Exynos
Storage 64GB, GB, GB 64GB, GB, GB 64GB 64GB 64GB
Expandable storage Up to GB Up to GB Up to 2TB Up to 2TB Up to 2TB
Battery 3,mAh 3,mAh 3,mAh 3,mAh 3,mAh
Fingerprint sensor Back Back Back Back Back
Headphone jack Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Special features Dual-aperture camera, water-resistant (IP68); super slo-mo video; wireless charging; iris scanning   Dual-aperture camera, water-resistant (IP68); super slo-mo video; wireless charging; iris scanning Water-resistant (IP68); wireless charging; Gigabit LTE-ready Water-resistant (IP68), wireless charging, Gigabit LTE-ready S Pen stylus, water-resistant, wireless charging, Gigabit LTE-ready
Price off-contract (USD) Varies: $$ (64GB)
Varies: $$ (64GB)  
AT&T: $; Verizon: $; T-Mobile: $; Sprint: $; US Cellular: $ AT&T: $; Verizon: $; T-Mobile: $; Sprint: $; US Cellular: $ AT&T: $; Verizon: $; T-Mobile: $; Sprint: $; US Cellular: $
Price (GBP) £  
£ £ £
Price (AUD) AU$1, (64GB), AU$1, (GB) AU$1, (64GB), AU$1, (GB) AU$1, AU$1, AU$1,


Want a phone that'll last all day? The Galaxy S9 Plus has the bigger battery by far -- a 3,mAh pack, compared to the 3,mAh pack in the regular model. 

Yes, the bigger screen eats up some of that battery, but we still got 2 extra hours of battery life when we compared the Galaxy S8 Plus and the Galaxy S8 last year. They had the same battery difference, too. 

You might ask: Won't the S9 Plus's second camera make a difference? We doubt it, because the Note 8 also added that camera without sucking down extra juice.

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus


The Galaxy S9 has 4GB of RAM, and the Galaxy S9 Plus has 6GB. 

That's probably not a big deal, though. As far as we're aware, Android phones mostly use RAM to keep lots of apps easily accessible when you multitask -- and unless you're a monster multitasker, 4GB is already quite a bit. That said, developers figure out ways to use more processing power and RAM each year.

For context, last year's Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus both had 4GB, and the Note 8 had 6GB.


Samsung Galaxy S9 vs S9 Plus: Should I super-size?

Samsung Galaxy S9

The brand Samsung needs no introduction and has created its mark in the market of smartphones. The brand is one among the market leaders in the smartphone market all over the world. Off late, the brand has come up with smartphones running Tizen OS, as an alternative to its Android-based smartphones. 

The Galaxy S9 phone of the brand is set to be launched and is expected to meet the varied needs of all gadget lovers. One superb feature of this high-tech phone is its admittedly superb design. 

Here are the Features of Samsung Galaxy S9 Mobile Phones:

Samsung Galaxy S9 is rumored to feature a inch touchscreen display with a resolution of pixels by pixels at a PPI of pixels per inch.
The phone is expected to be powered by octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and come with 4GB of RAM. Moreover, it is rumored to run on Android  
Samsung phones are known to stand out for their camera quality. And the Samsung Galaxy S9 is expected to boast of a megapixel primary camera on the rear and an 8-megapixel front shooter for selfies.
This smartphone is rumored to have 64GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to GB via a microSD card. Tipped to be a dual SIM (GSM and GSM), this desirable smartphone will accept Nano-SIM and Nano-SIM.

Major connectivity options available in this phone include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, USB OTG, 3G and 4G. Sensors on the phone are rumored to include a proximity sensor, accelerometer, compass magnetometer, ambient light sensor and gyroscope.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Price In India
Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphone price in India is Rs 54, Samsung Galaxy S9 was launched in the country on March 16, (Official). Thesmartphone comes in 2 other storage and RAM variants - Samsung-Galaxy-SGB, Samsung-Galaxy-SGB. As for the colour options, the Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphone comes in Midnight Black, Coral Blue, Lilac Purple colours.

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