Posted February 12, 2018 04:33:06 Samsung has released a new smartphone that it says can match the performance of its iPhone X. The Galaxy S 9, which Samsung also claims has a 6.2-inch OLED screen and a Snapdragon 835 processor, is a smaller phone that has a higher price tag.
It also features a fingerprint sensor.
But the new phone does include some notable changes.
For starters, it’s bigger.
The phone measures 147.7mm by 66.3mm by 7.2mm.
It weighs 4.7 ounces, and the screen is a whopping 838 x 480.
That’s a larger screen than a Nexus 7 and Pixel XL, but smaller than the iPhone X, Galaxy S 7, and Pixel C. The screen on the new iPhone X is a much better option for video than the Galaxy S phones.
In a demo of Samsung’s new phone, we played through the Galaxy Note 10.1’s video preview mode.
We found the video playback on the Samsung phone to be excellent, with plenty of room for video.
We also felt that the video was sharper than the Note 10, which was a bit disappointing.
In our hands-on, the Samsung device performed similarly to the Galaxy XS 9, with a better camera and a more powerful processor.
The new phone is slightly larger and thinner than the new Samsung Galaxy Note 7, but still offers a much wider screen.
Samsung’s phone comes with a 3,000mAh battery, which is the same size as the iPhone’s.
The difference in size and battery life between the new and old phones is obvious, but it also has the potential to make the difference between buying a new phone and buying a Galaxy S phone.
There are some interesting features to note about the new device.
The device runs a newer version of Android, which means it has a lot of new apps.
The S9 includes a lot more of the Samsung’s popular Music and Apps apps, but Samsung’s own app store has been redesigned to make it easier for people to find and download apps.
Also, the phone supports LTE (2.5G), which is another new feature for Samsung phones.
We’ll be looking closely at the new S9 to see how it compares to the old Samsung phones, and we’ll be sure to report back with any real-world testing.
We’re not sure what else to expect from the Samsung Galaxy X in the next few months, but we’ll keep an eye on the Galaxy 10.0 for Samsung’s big update to its Galaxy lineup, the Galaxy Alpha, in February.