Samsung Launches Galaxy S9 to Compete with Apple iPhone X

Samsung Launches a news flag ship devices, Galaxy S9 which was in rumors for the last few months. Many tech savvy were anxiously waiting to hold this device as Samsung had promised that the new feature will have many new features. The company was totally right as Samsung Launches Galaxy S9 to Compete with Apple iPhone X.

The South Korean electronics giant released two versions of the device: a 5.9-inch S9 and 6.2-inch S9+. Both feature an almost bezeless display that was introduced on the S8 last year. Both the devices were launched at MWC 18.

Samsung Launches Galaxy S9 to Compete with Apple iPhone X

Galaxy S9 has some extra ordinary features as promised, with a prime emphasis on visual applications for social media. It has better improved camera and artificial intelligence-powered voice tool. It new social media functions are more user friendly than before. Other features include an automatic super-slow motion camera setting that looks primed to show up on Instagram feeds soon, and software that turns selfies into instant emojis.

DJ Koh, Samsung’s president of IT and mobile communications announced that:

The most important function of a phone today was “visual communication”, and the Galaxy S9 had been designed for the visual and social generation

Analyst Ben Wood from CCS Insight said the S9 and bigger S9 Plus are far more better then it predecessors. He further added that:

This is potentially a tough sell for Samsung but the real goal of the S9 is making an already good product even better as Samsung takes the fight to Apple

As we told you that global smartphone sales fell for the vert fist time in history. May be with the launch of such extraordinary devices like Flagship Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 plus, global smartphones sales will increase as well. Samsung has announced to globally launched these devices on 16th, March, 2018.

Also Read: Massive Galaxy S9 Leaks Reveals 25 New Features but is Extremely Costly

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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