Samsung and Apple have for quite some time been combating it out in the cell phone world, with Samsung’s gadgets regularly offering the best Android-powered options to Apple’s iPhone. As the two giants reach boiling point, it is implied that the two companies now offer fabulous specs and performance from their individual cell phones.
Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus have come to battle for Apple’s mobile phone crown with new features and supercharged cameras. Be that as it may, the iPhone X won’t go down easily and deciding between the newest Galaxy and iPhone may prove tougher than ever.
This is the manner by which the two greatest names in cell phones summarize their flagship phone models . Apple says the iPhone X is “so immersive the device itself disappears into the experience.” Samsung says it’s phone has a “revolutionary camera that adapts like the human eye.”
But in reality, when it comes to their Unique Selling Points, their cameras, battery life, storage, and speed—there truly isn’t much distinction between the iPhone X and Galaxy S9.
But which one is the best, and how do they differ? Let’s quickly tell you what we know about the two phones.
The cheapest iPhone X (64GB) will cost you $999. Expect to spend less on the S9, and you get two price points to choose from. Prices vary from $719.99 to $819.99 and you can get S9 plus from $840-939. Those are also 64GB models, but — unlike iPhones — they can be easily and massively expanded with the addition of cheap MicroSD cards.
Note that Apple’s iPhone 8 Plus, which features nearly all of the X’s features, is much more price competitive with the S9 Plus, but it’s got those old-fashioned big bezels.
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The S9 has a single main shooter, while the S9 Plus has a dual-lens setup similar to that of the iPhone X with a 12MP wide angle and 12MP telephoto lens for better zoom and DSLR-style portraits. The S9 Plus allows you to control the intensity of the blur while you’re taking the shot or after, much like the Note 8. The iPhone X, on the other hand, has Portrait Lighting that lets you play with different lighting options for portraits during or after you take the shot.
Storage and Speed
The S9 has three tiers of onboard storage options depending on the market (64GB, 120GB and 256GB) with up to 400GB of expandable storage. The iPhone X only offers a 64GB and 256GB option with no SD card slot.
The speeds on both these phones are beasts, but it’s hard to compare them without the S9 in our hands. The S9s are powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 or the Samsung Exynos 9810, depending on your region, while the iPhone has Apple’s A11 Bionic chip on the iPhone X.
These are two great phones that are solid leads for their separate working frameworks. The iPhone X was immense positive development for Apple and keeping in mind that the S9 is absolutely a minor update, it remains an awesome telephone. The S9 wins on cost, even though both are costly and sheer number of features together.
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