In the USA, the Galaxy S9 is priced at $720 (roughly Rs 46,700) and the Samsung Galaxy S9+ is priced at $840 (roughly Rs 55,000). Samsung's flagship phones have always been known for their exceptional camera quality, but the Galaxy S9 takes it to a whole new level with a mechanical aperture for the first time in a smartphone. Now, the design is more portable, allowing the display to double as a touch mouse and keyboard, while a full-screen desktop experience is projected onto a television. In terms of price, popular tipster Evan Blass, claims that the device will priced higher at Euro 841 (Roughly Rs 67,000) for the Galaxy S9 and Euro 997 (Roughly Rs 80,000) for the Galaxy S9+. The devices come packed with a Snapdragon 845 chipset (or Exynos 9810, depending on your market), something that Samsung once again seems to have first dibs on, as it did past year with the 835. The S9+ will have a dual 12MP camera setup whilst the S9 will only have one 12MP camera.
After having a look at the video, if it didn't look that impressive to you before, it should cast away any doubt despite the fact that the Galaxy S9 has a lot of resemblance to last year's Galaxy S8 and S8+. The camera has f/2.4-f/1.5 variable aperture and supports 480fps super slo-mo. The Bixby, which is Samsung's virtual assistant, too uses the Galaxy S9 camera to offer smart features.
There's also AR Emoji, Samsung's take on Apple's Animoji. This year, Samsung blended the color of the screen with the bezeled edges to make it even more hard to notice the screen's edges. In terms of operating power, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will have the latest-generation processors, namely either the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 or the Exynos 9810, depending on the country. We expect these two devices to climb on to the display racks next week when the MWC is on.
Both phones have 64 GB of internal storage, and the S9 has 4 GB of memory, while the S9+ has 6 GB. It's people. We may deliver more capabilities, and add new features.
The Galaxy S9 packs 3000mAh battery with fast wired charging tech. These smartphones have been leaked many times in the past.
Similar to the launches of the S8 and Note 8 previous year, we wouldn't be surprised to see the major USA carriers offer trade-in deals to lure people to purchase the phones on their network's installment plans.