Samsung reckons the Galaxy Note 9 is its best smartphone ever. But how does it compare to its direct predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S9+? We take a look at the specs to find out what's different.
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The Samsung Galaxy S9+ has been crowned the king of the Androids. However, with Oreo support on the way, many are wondering whether the stylus-equipped Note8 might be a better buy - especially now that it's a little cheaper.
For the perennial fence-sitter, it's now time to make a decision: do you stump up the cash for the sleekest and shiniest Galaxy phone on the market, or plump for its immediate predecessor? Let's take a look at the specs to see which one comes out on top.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 officially goes on sale in Australia today. With a recommended retail price of $1199, it's certainly not the cheapest smartphone on the market.
Thankfully, Kogan has managed to shave off a cool $200, bringing the total to a slightly more palatable $999. Here are the details.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 has landed in Australia and while cosmetically, it doesn't change the formula too much, under the hood it's got a lot going on and puts itself high on the list of Android devices that you should be looking at.
But is it worth your time? Let's find out.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 is expected to officially debut at Mobile World Congress (MWC) on February 26. If past Galaxy announcements are anything to go by, it will start to appear in stores a few weeks later - sometime in mid-March.
However, there's a way to jump the queue and snag your S9 up to a week early. Here's how it's done.
Samsung's new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S9 (and the larger Galaxy S9+) were revealed at MWC just a short time ago. The release of an Enterprise Edition means there is a whole lot that corporate IT departments and business users can do with it.
Samsung will unveil their latest flagship phone at the Mobile World Congress tomorrow morning, but if you simply cannot wait to see what exactly the Galaxy S9 and S9+ will do differently - you're in luck. Samsung have accidentally uploaded a launch video that reveals some of the S9's features a little early.