Samsung Galaxy S9 Review: Display -- An Excellent Start for 2018
The Galaxy S9 series are the first flagships in the Android camp of 2018, and its producer, Samsung, is also the leading OLED display panel supplier. The only thing we concern about is, how good Galaxy S9 will be in display?
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    Starting with the iPhone Xs Max, Soomal will adopt a new scoring system in the screen assessment of mobile phones. Today, the screen scores of 9 mobile phones will be added to comprehensively score the technology, performance, features and usage experience of the screen from the experience and professional color, giving readers a more intuitive and simple experience evaluation.
    SM-G965N is not officially sold in China, Chinese version is based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 with Sony IMX345, and SM-G965N is Samsung's own Exynos 9810 processor with Samsung's own SAK2L3 CIS, which is mainly sold in South Korea, also known as the Korean version. How the camera can perform?
    Photographing is an important selling point of S9. At its global conference, it took quite a long time to explain the camera part. It can be seen that Samsung placed great expectations on the S9's camera. The official statement is that the S9's camera is "redesigned." Samsung's flagship model has always been a benchmark in the industry. How far can the S9 progress?
    Although the appearance and the screen are exactly the same, but the two versions of the Galaxy S9+ have very different intrinsic, the SoC is Samsung's second-generation 10nm LPP process Exynos 9810, octa-core CortexA73 + A55 architecture. Besides, power management, RF antenna, etc., other important IC chips also come from Samsung's own Shannon series.
    S9+ [SM-G965N], which is also the Korea Version Galaxy S9+, adopting Exynos 9810 SoC and SAK2L3 CMOS image sensor made by Samsung themselves. S9 has excellent low light performance. So, how about the S9+ [SM-G965N]? Let's have a look.
    The South Korean KT version of the Galaxy S9+ is equipped with the Exynos 9810 processor, and it will be significantly different from the other Qualcomm version of the Galaxy S9 in core hardware components such as processors and basebands, audio CODECs, and so on. S9's screen color, brightness and other performance amazing, how is the big screen S9+ screen performance?
    Someone should have found that S9+ is a little different in colors comparing with the S9. So, what's the difference? Here comes the battle in Samsung devices, including Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S9, and Galaxy S9+. Although these are all Samsung, they are in different hardware platform. We took 7 sets, containing daylight and low light scenes.
    S9+ [SM-G965N], which is also the Korea Version Galaxy S9+, adopting different CMOS image sensor comparing with the China mainland version, in addition to the SoC. So, if we look at the hardware platform, these can be seen as two totally different smartphones.
    The China Mainland version S9 is equipped with Qualcomm annual high-end mobile processor Snapdragon 845, and the high-level color and brightness performance of the duel-edge AMOELD screen also left us with a deep impression. So how does this flagship phone perform in voice applications?
    Samsung Galaxy S9 has dual aperture, supports F1.5 and F2.4 modes for different lights. Smaller aperture helps better corners image quality. So, let's have a look at S9's photos in bright daylight.
    P20 Pro owns the largest CMOS image sensor, while others only own 1/2.x, much smaller than that of Huawei. Will P20 Pro beat them all? We are waiting for your comments.
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