Samsung Galaxy S9+ sports a 6.2-inch QHD+ display with a screen resolution of 2960 x 1440 pixels. The device is powered by an octa-core processor, 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage which can be expanded up to 256GB via micro SD card.
The latest update shifts the build numbers of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus to version G960FXXU5CSF2 and G965FXXU5CSF2 respectively and weighs in at 574MB. The update adds a new Night Mode inside the camera app of the two phones, which will work similarly to that on the Galaxy S10 series phones.
The base 64GB variant of the Galaxy S9 Plus is now available at Rs 57,900 which is the same price at which the Galaxy S9 was sold for, at the time of the launch. The 128GB and 256GB versions of the Galaxy S9 Plus will also be readily available at new prices of Rs 61,900 and Rs 65,900 respectively.
It's believed that the inability to use Bixby is wholly because Bixby 2.0 hasn’t been smoothened enough and it’s got nothing to do with the latest version of Android. The commands which fail on the Galaxy S9 running Android Pie also fail on the Oreo-based Note 9 unit.
The company is offering up to Rs 12,000 benefits on the purchase of the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy Note 8. The offer is live on company’s official online store, Samsung Shop India. Under this offer, users will get instant cashback of up to Rs 6,000 on the purchase of these smartphones.
Following its launch on China yesterday, DxOMark has already tested and reviewed the Mi 8’s camera with 99 points, which is the same as the Galaxy S9 Plus, but at half the price. The device also scores a higher rating for its still shots and is now among the top 5 smartphones with a good set of cameras.