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Should You Buy Samsung Galaxy S9 Or Wait for Note 9: A Detailed Analysis

by Fahad Saleem

Samsung Galaxy S9 is out and people around the world are dying to get their hands on the new masterpiece by the Korean phone company. However, the users who have used the Note series by Samsung are well-aware that the Galaxy phone series is no match to the phablet line of Samsung. Thousands of people are wondering if they should keep using Samsung Galaxy S8 and wait for Note 9 or should they go ahead and buy Samsung Galaxy S9. Well, the answer from most of the expert users is a resounding No for those who are thinking to buy S9. Here is why:

Should You Buy Samsung Galaxy S9 Or Wait for Note 9

Samsung Galaxy S9 is almost identical to Galaxy S8. To be honest, the smartphone industry has reached its pinnacle. After the saturation, smartphone companies are running out of new features to add in the phones. Galaxy S9 fixes some biometric issues of S8. Overall, the shape and specs have very little difference. There is simply no app in the world which you would fast difficult in running on S8. The software and performance differences are so subtle that they don’t matter for laymen.

Note 9, on the other hand, will have a stick – or S Pen – which gives an ample opportunity for a diverse range of users to use the phablet for productivity.

Note 9, which is rumored to be dubbed by Samsung as the “Crown”, is expected to have a 10nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and a 6GB RAM. It is also rumored that Samsung Note 9 will have all-glass front body with a bezel-less design.

Samsung Galaxy S9 has a special face recognition technology to unlock the screen. However, this technology could result in a bad security system of the phone. In comparison, Note 9 has Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip that maps faces with 50,000 dots of infrared light. This is much powerful than even the iPhone, which maps with 30,000 dots.

In conclusion, we believe that if you own a high-end Samsung Galaxy phone, but still looking to buy a new one, you should wait for the Note 9 launch. Samsung Galaxy S9 isn’t worth spending a lot of money. Note 9, on the other hand, will be impressive. With a Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 845 processor, you can expect 6GB-8 GB RAM in Note 9, with 64GB internal storage.

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