As many as three new sources indicate that Galaxy S9 will be noticeably worse than the Galaxy S9 + (less RAM, a single camera with a darker lens). Has Samsung adopted a good strategy? Or maybe it's a shot in the foot?
Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 + are very similar to each other – except for the size and capacity of the battery do not differ anything. It's worth appreciating, especially when compared to Apple, which clearly favors larger models. Unfortunately, the next tracks indicate that there will be much more for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + . The first difference is the camera. Galaxy S9 has to get a single, and Galaxy S9 + dual camera. Evan Blass, OnLeaks and accessories manufacturers say so. Earlier graphics were provided by Olixar, and now Nillkin did: This may not be the end of differences in the cameras. The source from China claims that the Galaxy S9 is supposed to have a lens with a brightness of f / 1.5, and in Galaxy S9 + up to f / 1.4. If this information is confirmed (because it does not have to be that way) then the bigger of the Samsung flagships will get the brightest lens on the market . Another informer gave variants in which to sell smartphones from Koreans. Galaxy S9 will offer 4 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of internal memory. Meanwhile, in Galaxy S9 + we have to get 6 GB of RAM and 64, 128 or 256 GB of memory, and maybe there will also be an exclusive version of 512 GB. Of course, in Poland we will not get all these variants – the producer will adapt the phones to the expectations of individual markets. Previous rumors and leaks about Samsung's flagship for 2018 are clear – this Galaxy S9 + will merit the title of a full-fledged flagship, and the Galaxy S9 will be called a "castrat" and I do not think that such an exaggeration. I do not know why Samsung wants to show the world so much that the smaller one is worse, but something seems to me that it may regret this decision . Do you consider buying a Galaxy S9 if it really is a much better Galaxy S9 +? Source: Weibo via MySmartPrice , @MMDDJ_, GeekSniper