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Samsung Galaxy S9 Reviews (87%)

Samsung Galaxy S9 Reviews (87%) 1
87% Aggregate Rating From Professional Review Outlets.

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Samsung Galaxy S9

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By Android Central on 90

Pros:Best screen available todayEvery hardware feature you wantStandout camera that’s easy to useGood speakers and headphone jackTop-notch internal specsAvailable worldwide unlocked and from carriersCons:Software can be overwhelmingJust average battery…

By CoolSmartphone on 89

An old design with a few handy improvements89Kygo A9/600 Bluetooth Headphones – ReviewVodafone help speed up cancer…

By IndiaToday on 80

The Galaxy S9 is not the best small phone in the market right now. It’s still the Google Pixel 2, even though it’s fast becoming dated what with the Pixel 3 almost upon us. But hey, I am not done yet. The Galaxy S9 may not be the best small phone to…

By zdnet.com on 89

Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus were announced in late February and went on sale in the middle of March. Since that time, ZDNet’s Matthew Miller reviewed the bigger Galaxy S9 Plus, proclaiming the device is “Android perfection achieved.”Read…

By Digit on 84

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is a beautiful piece of work. It’s future- forward design, the stunningly bright display and a re-engineered camera is an attractive proposition if you have the the money lying around, but it’s unlikely to deliver the satisfaction…

By PhotographyBLOG on 80

The Samsung Galaxy S9 sits alongside the S9+ as the latest flagship smartphones from Samsung. Both phones are notable in that they are the first smartphones to offer cameras with a variable aperture lens, that is one that you can control yourself. You…

By 3G UK on 80

“The Samsung Galaxy S9 is a high-end phone that’s a slight upgrade on the Galaxy S8, but with stiff competition from rivals and even its larger sibling it doesn’t stand out as much as you might expect.”Best Samsung Galaxy S9 dealsSamsung Galaxy S9 12…

By techent.tv on 77

In a nutshell, the Galaxy S9 is a device which pushes the bar when it comes to the technicalities of a camera. However, its overall package may leave regular consumers wanting more. The look and feel of the device, while premium and feels great in hand,…

By TechRadar on 80

Samsung Galaxy S9 on erinomainen puhelin, mutta se ei silti ole kovinkaan merkittävä parannus aiempaan S8:aan. Puhelimessa onkin hyvin samanlainen muotoilu ja näyttö kuin vuoden 2017 versiossa. Tärkeimmät uudistukset lienevät pitkään kaipaamamme…

By Know Your Mobile on 80

Smaller, cheaper and lacking that second camera lens, the Galaxy S9 may not have all the trimmings like its big brother but for many this won’t matter; it may not look that way in still images, but the difference in size is noteworthy and will be…

By MobilePhones on 97

Build QualityPhone Set UpFeaturesCamera & VideoBattery LifeOur Samsung Galaxy S9 review takes a look at Samsung’s new flagship smartphone. The most interesting innovations that appear on the Galaxy S9 includes a re-imagined camera that adapts…

By 91mobiles.com on 80

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is a fantastic smartphone, albeit is sandwiched awkwardly between the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S9 Plus which makes it a hard sell. The smartphone isn’t a huge upgrade over its predecessor and has noticeable shortcomings when…

By NotebookCheck on 91

Galactic evolution. The Galaxy S9 is a great smartphone with powerful specifications and an excellent camera. Samsung unfortunately waives a dual-camera for this smartphone and reduced the RAM, but the price has nevertheless increased. We check if it…

By TopTenREVIEWS on 96

The Galaxy S9 keeps the best parts of the S8 and makes just the right…

By reviewed.com on 99

Maybe. It’s hard to spend weeks with one of the best smartphones on the market and arrive at the conclusion that you feel somewhat indifferent about it, but I can’t help but feel that way at the moment.Yes, the newest Samsung Galaxy phones are among the…

By nasilemaktech.com on 90

Here goes – the Samsung Galaxy S9. It’s Samsung’s top-tier smartphone of 2018 with Samsung’s greatest offering. Its SoC is made from their latest 10nm process technology and packed with speedy UFS 2.1 flash chips. It’s also the first smartphone to have…

By technobuffalo.com on 90

There aren’t too many bad things you could say about last year’s Galaxy S8. The design is phenomenal and the camera produces some of the nicest images ever seen from a smartphone. It represents Samsung at its best, and proves once and for all the…

By Tom’s Guide on 80

12-MP Super Speed Dual Pixel (f/1.5 – f/2.4)I’ll give Samsung a pass for not changing the design of the Galaxy S9 much, because the phone’s edge-to-edge Infinity Display already looked stunning when it was introduced a year ago on the Galaxy S8. This…

By Expert Reviews on 80

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is an impressive handset, but there’s not enough here to justify the steep…

By PCMag IN on 80

The Samsung Galaxy S9 improves on the S8’s camera and audio, and the S9+ adds dual cameras, but the phones aren’t a huge step forward for…

By techguide.com.au on 100

Samsung has hit a home run with the Galaxy S9 and S9+. While it may not look much different to last year’s S8, there are still enough new features and abilities to make this one of the best smartphones on the market today.User Rating 4.6 ( 1…

By Wired UK on 80

The Samsung S9 is an excellent smartphone – one of the best Android phones you can buy today. The screen, in particular, is superb. The colours are crisp and extremely detailed, and the ample screen real estate makes it well-suited to watching videos in…

By liveatpc.com on 96

Having used the Samsung Galaxy S9 for a week, I can confirm that it’s a step up from its predecessor. In fact, the first 24 hours already left very deep positive impressions.Full disclosure: the last Samsung Galaxy flagship review I did is the Samsung…

By Digital Trends on 80

Yes. If you don’t care about the extra camera on the Galaxy S9 Plus, the Galaxy S9 is an excellent device with a stellar camera, great performance, and brilliant…

By hitechcentury.com on 95

The Galaxy S9 doesn’t upgrade the size of its battery over its sire and it is still similarly sized at 3,000mAh though the provision of the new Exynos 9810 processor along with a host of optimisation tricks that they’ve implemented have helped to ensure…

By Mashable on 90

After nine generations, Samsung’s finally built the perfect Galaxy Android phone with the S9 and S9+.

By The Verge on 85

Owners of the S8 probably don’t need to upgrade this go-around — the differences aren’t great enough to warrant splurging on the S9 — but if you’re using a Galaxy S7 or any other phone from two years ago, the S9 is a significant step up in every respect.

By GSMArena on 94

The ninth Galaxy S is cutting-edge no two words about it. Design, screen, and performance are top of the line, while the camera is unique enough to make even some Apple users jump ship.

By ExpertReviews on 80

The S9 isn’t a radical departure from last year’s blueprint, but if you’re a keen smartphone snapper then the camera improvements will be very tempting. Pair that with a noticeable performance jump and this is, no doubt, a formidable smartphone.

By Time on 80

Taken together, the Galaxy S9’s updates suggest that the most innovative changes coming to your smartphone will likely appear in the camera from here on out, whether it’s through new augmented reality features or advanced facial scanning. Considering there isn’t much that’s changed compared to last year’s model, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ are both top-notch choices for Android fans in the market for a new smartphone. But if you already have a Galaxy S8, you probably don’t need to bother upgrading just yet.

By Wired on 80

If you’re on last year’s Galaxy S8 or an iPhone 8, you’re not going to get a whole lot out of this phone. But if you’re struggling along on something significantly older, the S9 will feel like a huge upgrade.

By AndroidPit on 90

Overall, the Galaxy S9 is more consistent than the Galaxy S8. Samsung has addressed many of the critiques of the Galaxy S8 and changed things with the S9. In addition, Samsung seems to have looked around the market and observed where the trends are going. The slow motion function and AR Emoji certainly belong to these trends.

By Ubergizmo on 100

The Galaxy S9 is a great evolution of the Galaxy S8 design. On the surface, it looks very similar to its predecessor, but under the hood, the improvements of the Camera system, the computing power, and the broadband communications quality are drastic and true next-generation features.

By Recombu on 90

So, should you consider buying the Galaxy S9?If you already own last year’s S8, we’d say take a pass. This blower doesn’t offer any essential new features compared with the previous flagship, and it sure ain’t cheap either. However, if you’re tempted by…

By Canadian Reviewer on 90

Text and photos by Gadjo Cardenas SevillaThe Samsung Galaxy S9 is a continuation of the path the South Korean company started last year with the Galaxy S8. Both devices are very similar and nearly identical in look and feel.What’s different this year,…

By SlashGear on 90

The prevailing question for potential Galaxy S9 buyers is “has Samsung done enough to warrant an upgrade over the Galaxy S8?” The answer to that depends on where your priorities lie.So much of the Galaxy S8 look and feel has been carried over to this…

By Pocket-lint on 90

While it’s not perfect, the Galaxy S9 is a fantastic device. It’s got a brilliant display, great camera, brilliant performance all-round, and in a body that’s easily one of the most elegant ever released. Its stereo sound makes such a difference to…

By hardwarezone.com.sg on 85

Just how powerful is that new Exynos 9810 chip?As usual, there are two variants of the S9 and S9+, each using different processors. The US and China get Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 processor, while everyone else gets Samsung’s own Exynos 9810.Like the…

By Engadget on 91

I had hoped that, after exhaustively going over all the ways the S9 is new, I’d find the updates here to be more significant. But I still don’t. The new camera features aren’t must-haves unless you plan on shooting in darkness a lot, and you can get…

By Phone Arena on 90

Samsung completely reinvented its flagship smartphone last year with the Galaxy S8 and S8+, as it not only came up with the superb Infinity Display design, but also thoroughly reworked its user interface software to look and work better than ever….

By avforums.com on 90

Samsung invests massive amounts of money in research and development, coming up with the latest features and innovations. So it’s no surprise that the new phones have a strikingly different camera setup and the fun AR Emoji. But along with the…

By CGM on 85

Last year with the S8, Samsung pushed the expectations on what smartphones can be. The all-glass front, curved edges, and overall design made it one of the best smartphones of 2017. Now Samsung is at it again with the Samsung S9. All the great things…

By goodhousekeeping.co.uk on 88

Good looking and simple to use, the Samsung Galaxy S9 performs really well. However, it really doesn’t offer enough ‘wow factor’ when compared to the Samsung Galaxy S8. It’s not a must-have but would be a good upgrade from a phone that you’ve had for…

By T3 Magazine on 100

Samsung has always produced awesome flagship Android phones from a pure hardware point of view. Just look at last year’s Galaxy S8, which not only blew all other Android phones released at the time out of the water but, in many cases, is only now been…

By Alphr on 80

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is all about the camera and, though it looks good, I don’t think it’s going to be quite enough to justify the £50 price hike this year. £739 is a lot to pay for a phone that’s only slightly different to last year’s offering.Given…

By Stuff on 100

The Galaxy S9 is the technological equivalent of a football team winning the Premier League at a canter, and still spending £100 million pounds on a new striker in the next transfer window. Fundamentally, it’s the same phone as before we’re talking…

By goodhousekeeping.com on 90

Apple lovers recently got their update and now it’s Android’s turn. Rumor has it that the Samsung Galaxy S9 could be unveiled before we know it and fans are scouring the internet to find out as much information as they can before the big unveil. But,…

By techadvisor.co.uk on 90

The first new flagship phones of 2018 are here and the Samsung Galaxy S9 is the first to hit the market. The S8 was almost a perfect phone so can Samsung really make it even better? Our review and testing shows that it can, but not by much. With LG and…

By TrustedReviews on 80

Samsung is once again likely to have one of the best Android phones of the year. But I don’t think it’s the clear winner the S8 was.

By cnet on 80

The Galaxy S9 is a nice incremental upgrade, but its low-light camera isn’t a game-changer and some new features fall far behind the iPhone X. S8 owners can skip, but it’s a good upgrade from older…

By klgadgetguy.com on 85

I have mixed feelings when reviewing the Galaxy S9, I loved that it still has one of the best smartphone designs with performance improvements, but I hate the newly introduced features and gimmicks that aren’t as exciting as it should be. To call the…

 

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