The Galaxy S7 was one of the best Android phones we have ever reviewed, but it was also one of its most expensive, and the Galaxy S9 is going to be even more expensive.
The S9 features the same 6.7-inch Super AMOLED screen as the S7, which Samsung claims will “give you an even brighter, more vibrant experience.”
The screen is also more vibrant than on the S6, and it features a 5.7MP front-facing camera, a 1.2MP rear-facing cam, a dual-LED flash, a wide-angle lens, a f/1.7 aperture, a 5MP front camera, and a 1MP front cam.
The phone features a Snapdragon 820 chip, with an octa-core 2.5GHz CPU, 2GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and an 11MP primary camera.
The camera can capture 1080p video at 30 frames per second, while the front camera can record 720p video.
All of these specs are similar to what the Galaxy Note 7 offered, and that makes it a bit of a gamble.
Samsung claims that the Galaxy s9 will be able to offer up to a 5Gbps download speed, and though the Galaxy 8 and Galaxy S6 both offered 5G speeds, we are not sure that the S9 will have that kind of performance.
However, the Galaxy 9 will be much cheaper than the Galaxy SE, and should be able, if not offer, better LTE performance.
It also supports WiFi 802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4.1, NFC, and GPS.
We do not know how well the Galaxy phone will work with Samsung’s new 3D Vision cameras, but at least the Galaxy 10 will have the same 3D vision sensors as the Galaxy 5.
Samsung has also released a number of new apps, including a photo gallery, video streaming, and voice recognition.
The Galaxy 10 also comes with a 3,000mAh battery, which is much more than the 5,000-mAh battery found in the Galaxy 7 and Galaxy Note 8.
In addition to the camera, the phone features 4GB of onboard storage, 64 GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot, and microUSB ports.
The front camera has a f2.2 aperture, and there is also a wide angle lens with a f1.9 aperture.
The screen on the Galaxy model has a 565ppi pixel density, while its bigger sibling has a 459ppi.
Overall, it looks like Samsung has improved its camera performance on the upcoming Galaxy S10.
Samsung’s biggest challenge is likely to be the phone’s battery.
The Samsung Galaxy 9 battery was a good deal for its size and performance, and its battery life was good, but we expect that the Samsung Galaxy 10 battery will last for longer and offer better battery life.
In our testing, the battery lasted for around 15 hours with moderate usage, and we were able to run the Galaxy phones full apps for around 10 hours without any issues.
Samsung is also hoping to be able better manage the phone with its new 3G-only mode, which will allow users to switch between two data speeds, 2G and 3G, but there is no word yet on whether the Galaxy smartphones will support 3G yet.