The Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus can take killer low-light photos, thanks to a f/1.5 aperture. How does it compare against the competition? We pit it against the iPhone X, Google Pixel 2 XL, Huawei Mate 10 Pro, HTC U11, and LG V30 to find a winner.
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Look, there is no question whatsoever that the iPhone X is the best smartphone Apple has ever made, in my opinion. It’s not perfect, of course, but the iPhone X is the best phone on the planet right now, all things considered. The design is absolutely stunning — notch included — and the combination of sturdy glass and stainless steel make for a phone that feels far more premium than anything else on the market. Performance and power are as good as it gets right now, and Apple’s new gesture based navigation is far more natural and fluid than any prior mobile UX.
It’s a fantastic phone for sure, and I’ve been using an iPhone X as my personal phone since [...]
If you have an iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, or you’re planning to pick up a new Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+ tomorrow, we’ve got the perfect new accessory to go along with it. Heck, Anker’s new wireless chargers are perfect for any smartphone that supports wireless charging. The Anker PowerWave Stand and Anker PowerWave Pad are sleek new wireless chargers that support the latest and greatest technology. That means you’ll get 7.5W fast wireless charging with any iPhone, and even better 10W fast wireless charging with compatible Android phones like the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S8, and plenty more.
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The OnePlus 5T has a lot to offer for $500, but you get so much more with the Galaxy S9+.
With the Galaxy S9 series, Samsung isn’t reinventing the wheel: the core design aesthetic is the same as last year, but there are a few key upgrades, particularly in the camera department. The pricing hasn’t changed all that much either, with the unlocked Galaxy S9+ retailing for $839, a mere $15 more than what the Galaxy S8+ debuted at last year.