Samsung Galaxy S9

Samsung Galaxy S9 Price in India as of January 23, 2019, 5:13 pm
Samsung Galaxy S9
Samsung Galaxy S9
Samsung Galaxy S9
Samsung Galaxy S9
Samsung Galaxy S9
The Galaxy S9 is Samsung’s compact flagship smartphone offering from 2018, and it features a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED Infinity Display with QHD+ resolution, Always On Display and HDR10 compatibility. It runs Android 8.0 Oreo with Samsung Experience UI using the Exynos 9810 processor, 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. There’s a hybrid dual-SIM card slot that also accepts up to 512GB microSD cards. The phone also comes with 128GB and 256GB internal storage variants. The Galaxy S9 has a 12MP rear-facing camera with dual aperture and 4K 60fps video recording. The 8MP selfie camera has autofocus and QHD video recording. The phone has IP68 certified dust and water resistant body, an iris scanner, fingerprint reader, stereo speakers, Samsung Pay, USB 3.1 Type-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The Galaxy S8 is powered by a 3000mAh battery with support for fast wired and wireless charging.. The other variant of this mobile is the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus. Samsung Galaxy S9 price in india starts from Rs. 55,100.
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Samsung Galaxy S9 Price in India

Midnight Black
Lilac Purple
Coral Blue
Rs. 48,443
Rs. 49,999
Rs. 57,900
Rs. 56,400
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Key Specifications

Samsung Exynos 9810 processor
64GB internal storage
3000 mAh battery
12MP rear & 8MP selfie cameras
5.8 inches inch screen
Dual, Nano-SIM (Hybrid Slot ) SIM
Android v8.0 (Oreo) OS

Detailed Specifications

Resolution1440x2960 pixels
Aspect ratio18.5:9
Display TypeSuper AMOLED
Screen Size5.8 inches
Pixel Density570 pixels per inch (ppi)
Touchscreen typeCapacitive
Color Reproduction16M Colors
ProtectionCorning Gorilla Glass 5
Screen to body percentage83.6 %
ExpandablemicroSD, Upto 256GB (Hybrid Slot)
Launch Date16 March 2018
Dimensions5.8 x 2.7 x 0.3 inches (147.7 x 68.7 x 8.5 mm)
Water ResistantYes, IP68 dust/water proof (up to 1.5m for 30 mins)
Weight163 grams (5.75 oz)
ColorsMidnight Black, Coral Blue, Titanium Gray, Lilac Purple, Burgundy Red, Sunrise Gold
Operating SystemAndroid v8.0 (Oreo)
Rear Camera FeaturesLED flash, auto-HDR, panorama
Selfie Camera FeaturesDual video call, Auto-HDR
Physical ApertureRear (f/1.5-2.4), Front (f/1.7)
Image StabilizationYes, Digital image stabilization
Video 2160p@60fps, 1080p@240fps
Removable BatteryNo
Talk timeUpto 22 hrs (3G)
Wireless ChargingQi/PMA wireless charging (market dependent)
Capacity3000 mAh
Fast ChargingYes (Quick Charge 2.0)
Wi-FiYes with dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
Bluetoothv5.0 with A2DP, LE, aptX
Network4G VoLTE, 4G
USB3.1, Type-C 1.0 reversible connector
Voice Over LTE (VoLTE)Yes
SIM ConfigurationDual, Nano-SIM (Hybrid Slot )
NFC ChipsetYes
ChipsetSamsung Exynos 9810
CPU4x2.7 GHz Mongoose M3 & 4x1.8 GHz Cortex-A55
GraphicsMali-G72 MP18
Architecture64 bit
No of Cores8 (Octa Core)
Fingerprint sensorYes, Rear- mounted
Other SensorsAmbient Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor
Audio Jack3.5mm
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Pros & Cons

Expert Score
Good things
It has an excellent design with dust and water resistance. Thanks to its chart-leading screen with HDR10 compatibility, stereo speakers and 3.5mm headphone jack, it can be a great multimedia companion. The dual-aperture camera captures excellent photos and videos, and the selfie camera is good, too. There’s a microSD card slot and the bundled earphones offer good audio quality. Extra features such as fast wireless charging, an iris scanner, Samsung DEX, Samsung Pay and USB 3.1 Type-C port make it one of the most feature-rich smartphones of 2018.
Bad things
No dual-camera at the rear. Exynos 9810 processor throttles under load. Bixby is mostly useless and the dedicated Bixby button is hardware bloatware. Short battery life doesn’t help it either.

Latest News

Dec 31, 2018 - Samsung Galaxy S9 Encounters Battery Drain Issue After Pie Update
Samsung galaxy S9 has been facing rapid battery drainage issues after it received the Android Pie Update, reports SamMobile. User experience on the matter is not clear yet. While some claim the battery performance has been deteriorated, others say the update has increased the battery performance. This is the second issue that has been reported about the phone after the Pie update. Previously, some users faced issues with the Bixby voice assistant version 2.0. It apparently didn't understand some commands given by the user. The Bixby 1.0 worked fine in this regard according to users. The phone along with the Galaxy S9+ started receiving the update from December 24.
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Dec 24, 2018 - Samsung Galaxy S9 Starts Receiving Android 9 Pie-based One UI Stable Update
The Samsung Galaxy S9 has started receiving Android 9 Pie-based One UI version 1.0 update in Germany under the build number G960FXXU2CRLI. The Galaxy S9+ is also receiving the update under build number G965FXXU2CRLI. The update is being rolled out for both Android Oreo and Android Pie Beta users. The update also brings the December security patch. The One UI is supposed to improve the one-hand use of the devices. The update will include core features of the Android Pie such as, Dark Mode and Slices among other. Samsung India hasn't revealed the time for the release of the update in the country yet.
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Dec 18, 2018 - Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ Seeded With Another Update in Android Beta Program
The update is currently available in the UK, France, Poland and Germany. The company is working on constantly fixing bugs in its beta versions before the stable version is rolled out for the Samsung S9 and S9+ in January. The beta update will reach other markets shortly as well. Users in the beta program can check manually in their smartphones as well if they haven't received any notifications. The size of the file is 324MB which users have to install to get the software versions for their respective phones.
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Which is the best mobile between Apple iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy S9 for long-term use, apparently 4-5 years?
Answer by chetanmarti09299, 6 months ago
Obviously, S9 because you'll get better RAM and photos, and mainly Samsung is fully loaded with features.
In which segment Samsung S9 is better than S8?
Answer by chetanmarti09299, 6 months ago
Samsung S9 is better in slow motion, portrait mode, and better chip (Snapdragon 845), which means faster performance.
Does it have a powerful longlasting battery and does it have any draining issues?
Answer by chetanmarti09299, 6 months ago
It's not powerful, but it's alright, it gives one day of battery life for a single charge.
How it the processor performance of this phone?
Answer by chetanmarti09299, 6 months ago
Fantastic performance, it didn't seem like a Samsung device, it is very fast.
Does it have a super slow motion camera feature and portrait mode?
Answer by Sharfuddin, 6 months ago
Yes, it has a super slow motion camera feature and portrait mode.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Price in India starts from Rs. 48,443

The best price of Samsung Galaxy S9 is Rs. 48,443 in Amazon, which is 16% less than the cost of in (Rs. 57900).This phone is available in 64 GB, 128 GB, 256 GB storage variants. Samsung Galaxy S9 is available in Midnight Black, Lilac Purple, Coral Blue, Purple, Blue, Black colours across various online stores in India.

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Best all-around smartphone of all time.
By cpgirish36 • 10 months ago

Luscious design, continuing the design language that was introduced with the Galaxy S8 series (which is not a bad thing at all) and it has some sizzling colour options in purple and blue, which helps those supple curves stand out. The body colours look deep, rich and ever-changing, thanks to the way the Glossy Glass catches the light - you will be hard pressed to find anything remotely as elegant, and beautiful in the Android market.
The biggest design change is on the back, where the fingerprint reader moves below the camera module. This corrects the worst design mistake of both Galaxy S8 phones and the Note 8.
It has a water-resistant body.
The tall, 18:9, minimal bezel, 6.2-inch AMOLED screen is gorgeous and even brighter than last year's (15 percent brighter, in fact) and the sexy dual-curved design adds to the charm.
The super-slow-motion video mode is pretty cool too, and when you frame the shot well, it can give some incredible result.
Fragile glass front and back means you should buy a case from day 1.
The new face unlock tool is not particularly secure (it might have been better for Samsung to build out a more refined version before rushing in to compete with the similar feature on the iPhone X).

Samsung software on top of Android adds some useful extras, extending the core functionality of Android - It is one of the better, more refined UIs in the Android world.
The 3D avatar software is again not that well executed - the AR Emojis track your expressions poorly and need far more customization options.

Whiplash-fast performance backed by the superpowerful Samsung's Exynos 9810 (similar to the Snapdragon 845 regarding performance) - performance is top-notch as expected under all use cases.
Among the two S9 variants themselves (standard and plus), a lot of people might prefer the standard version, as it's a little easier to handle - the incremental improvements in the S9 Plus on the other hand (even bigger screen, more RAM and a secondary rear camera) are arguably not that significant.

Terrific camera - the first to bring a mechanical dual-aperture lens from DSLRs to the much tinier mobile phone, a feature that's designed to let in more light, reduce image noise and make your photos a lot better.
The image quality in well-lit situations is top-notch.
Lowlight performance often borders on astounding - with the amount of brightness and lack of noise you will find in the shots (thanks to the dual aperture lens) - although it's not very consistent (some low light photos are oddly washed out).
The Galaxy S9 Plus also one-ups the excellent Galaxy S9 with a second rear camera for taking portrait photos - they come out well with a good bokeh effect.
The selfie camera is good too and has a new Selfie Focus mode, which uses software (and not a second lens) to create a depth effect with the front-facing camera, similar to the Pixel 2, or the iPhone X.
While the camera is great generally, it can sometimes make low-light photos look blurry and lack detail, even though the brightness levels are excellent and noise is minimal, so it sometimes a double-edged sword.

Dual-speaker system is excellent and makes for loud, rich audio - and results in one of the best speaker experience of any smartphone, ever.
The call quality is fantastic too, with the AKG tuning paying off.

Good (though not exceptional) battery life - will last the work day on a single charge.
It supports fast charging (although it's not the fastest around)
and wireless charging.
The battery life is good, but not exceptional - some of the competition is ahead here.

DeX Pad support is another cool feature that enhances the desktop experience that Samsung has introduced on last year’s flagship Galaxy phones.
On the whole, the cameras on the Galaxy S9+/S9 compare well with the those on the other top camera phones - the Google Pixel 2, and the iPhone X - it's a toss-up between these three - the Galaxy S9+ can produce some truly exceptional shots especially in the dark, but perhaps the iPhone X and the Pixel 2 are just a bit more consistent all around, everything considered.
Also, it has the good old-fashioned headphone jack (that's missing in a lot of other flagships now).
On the whole, while outside of the display, the S9+ isn’t a class leader in any category, but it’s good enough in all of them that the whole package makes for a great flagship phone, it will compete with the Pixel 2/XL and the iPhone X for the title of the best smartphone - which one of these three you might choose will depend on what specific things you value.
There’s also still no compelling use case for Bixby, Samsung's AI agent (though of course, you have no compulsion to use it and can instead keep using the Google Assistant).
Everything considered, S8 owners can skip the upgrade, the S9+ is an excellent all-around, and incrementally better - but it's not a monumental change from the S8.

It's the best mobile.
By ctawde98 • 10 months ago

It has good clarity, best storage of 64GB, and IR sensor is excellent. It has all the features including Iris scanner to unlock with the eye detection.

It's useless.
By zahoorarts • 10 months ago

There is nothing special; it looks old and ugly. All the Samsung phones have the heating problem, and its battery life is poor.

Superb phone.
By sejal.chitara • 10 months ago

Just go for it if you have deep pockets.

Worth buying.
By Click Retina • 6 months ago

NIce product.

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