Samsung Galaxy S9 vs. Galaxy S9 Plus
In March, Samsung released two phone models — the Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus. But, how different are the two models? Here is what you need to know about the similarities and differences in Samsung’s new Galaxy phones:
Sizing: The S9 Plus is a bit larger than the S9. The S9 has a screen size of 5.8 inches, while the S9 Plus has a slightly larger 6.2 inch display. This makes the Plus heavier and bulkier than its counterpart.
Camera: Both the S9 and the S9 Plus offer an excellent camera with a variety of shutters and lighting options. You can now take professional and artistic photos from your Galaxy phone.
RAM: While the storage power is the same on both devices, the S9 carries 4 GB of RAM vs. the Plus’ 6 GB. The small difference may be significant depending on your phone preferences.
Battery power: The S9 Plus has more longevity when it comes to battery power. While the S9 carries 3,000 mAh, the Plus has 3,500 mAh. Both phones are compatible with portable chargers as well as the best wireless phone chargers.
Portability: Both phones are water- and dust-resistant. While the S9 and S9 Plus are sturdier than previous Galaxy models, a durable cover and screen protector are recommended to ensure that the phones stay safe from damage. If you need extra an charge, all phone cases should make it easy to connect to a backpack with charger.
While the Galaxy S9 Plus does offer a bit more in the battery power and RAM department, it is also less portable than its S9 counterpart. Ultimately, both phones are an excellent option for Samsung lovers and are being hailed for their excellent price point compared to their iPhone counterparts.
Article by Anwar Hossain