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Galaxy S9 vs Galaxy S8: Which One to Buy?

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Changes with the Galaxy S9+

Changes with the Galaxy S9+

Last year the Galaxy S8 and bigger 6.2-inch Galaxy S8+ were exactly the same phones. The only difference was a bigger screen and a larger battery. They had the same features and specs across the board. 

That's not the case this year, as the Galaxy S9+ is a lot more than just a bigger screen.

Just like the Galaxy Note 8, Samsung's Galaxy S9+ has two cameras on the back. These are two 12 SuperSpeed DualPixel cameras with a variable aperture, 960 FPS slow-motion, 4K video, optical image stabilization and more. Powerful cameras with AI built in too. 

Additionally, the bigger Galaxy S9+ has a large 3,500 mAh battery and 6GB of RAM instead of only 4GB. This should improve performance and multi-tasking, but only by a little bit. Both phones are still plenty fast and powerful. 

So, if you want the best of the best from Samsung in early 2018, that will be the bigger, dual-camera packing Galaxy S9+. The regular model will still be good, but the S9+ is more than just a bigger screen. 

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