Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9

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The Samsung Galaxy S9 is set to make an appearance at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 but, with less than a month to go, we now have a load of key details.

Moreover, the Chinese leakster mentions the 1000 fps for the standard variant of the Galaxy S9 only, but we are pretty sure it will also come for the plus variant as well. Like the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy Note 8, it is expected that Microsoft will also be offering it at its Microsoft Stores.

Like the S8, this new flagship's screen looks set to cover nearly the entire front of the phone. Interestingly, the smartphones carry similar design language as we have seen in Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+.

So, if you are thinking of upgrading, here's three reasons the S9+ could be the much better phone to buy.

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Last year's Galaxy flagship family did tout a plethora of security features, but there were questionable decisions in which Samsung was criticized for filling up the security category while not focusing on the strength of the security itself. While the company was shaken after the exploding batteries from the Galaxy Note 7, they've since recovered and have seen great success with the Note 8. With the combined feature, the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will be able to deliver robust security to their users.

While this piece may seem to give an incredibly negative view of the Galaxy S9, there are some features coming with the phone that are worth noting. Afterwards, no sign of the facial recognition technology appeared in any rumors of Galaxy S9. We're imagining it's like a different two-step authentication where the phone will need to check not just one but two-a user's iris and facial patterns at the same time. With the arrival of Face ID on iPhone X, facial recognition market shot up and suddenly every company wanted it on their phones.

Apart from that, the Galaxy S9 Plus is expected to sport a dual camera setup on the back, with wide-angle and zoom lens capabilities. When compared to Apple's innovation, however, we remain skeptical of its ability to compete.

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