Tuesday, 13 March 2018 Samsung has launched the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ in late February as the company’s latest flagships, and as compared to their predecessors, the devices come with subtle design improvements and hardware upgrades that the company hopes would convince potential buyers to give them a try. While I’m currently reviewing both the Galaxy S9 and the S9+, I wanted to offer a quick glimpse at what’s new on the two devices, as many people are expecting their devices to ship this week. As a Galaxy S8 user, the first time I held the S9 in hand, I barely noticed any cosmetic change, especially when viewed from the front. The two devices are nearly identical in terms of front design, and the back the of phone is the only one that brings a more substantial makeover in the form of a new vertical layout for the camera (dual camera on the S9+) and the fingerprint sensor. If I were to highlight one particular change that I noticed in terms of feeling is that the Galaxy S9 feels a...
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