This month, Samsung's Galaxy S9/S9+ was officially launched and became the first high-end Android phone of the year 2018. The mainland China version of the Galaxy S9 is equipped with Qualcomm's new flagship mobile processor, the Snapdragon 845, using a second-generation 10nm process, eight Kryo 385 cores combined with a new architecture combined with Hexagon DSP and Adreno 630 graphics units, and an ISP function to give the Galaxy S9 a 12-megapixel master. The camera adds 4K UHD video and 960 frames per second high-speed shooting. At the same time, Samsung's main camera also added a unique variable aperture function to provide F1.5/F2.4 two available apertures, the user according to the light environment, Optical image stabilization and large aperture enhance the camera in low lights. In addition to real-time translation and object recognition, the AR function can also define 3D dynamic expressions through the front camera. The S8 also supports facial recognition and iris recognition for unlocking. The Galaxy S9 uses a 5.8-inch, 570-ppi [2960x1440] curved AMOLED panel and a full-screen design. The body has IP68 dustproof and waterproof capabilities, Dolby Atmos certified dual channel amplifier, dual card dual standby and TF card expansion. At present, the price of the Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ is 5,799 yuan and 6,699 yuan (about $920 and $1040) respectively, and is available in black, blue and purple. The first test prototype we purchased this time was a Lilac Purple S9.