Published: Sat, March 03, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Wayne Curry

Samsung Galaxy S9+ earns highest DxOMark score in the history of mankind

Samsung Galaxy S9+ earns highest DxOMark score in the history of mankind

So why does Digital Trends ultimately side with the $999 iPhone X vs the $720 Samsung Galaxy S9? Its absolute color accuracy is said to be visually indistinguishable from ideal and is nearly certainly better than the screen on your existing smartphone, 4K TV, laptop or computer monitor. The question remains, however, whether or not there's enough of an improvement with the Galaxy S9 to warrant the extra cost when compared to the Galaxy S8. It could also have sensors and selfie cameras under the display, removing the need to have display compromises like those found in the iPhone X. Meanwhile, the 64GB model of the Galaxy S9+ will cost Rs. 70000 and Rs. 79000 for the 256GB model.

If the ultra-luxe Galaxy S9 isn't up your alley, here are a few other deals that look good this weekend.

The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are barely a week old, but the plaudits are already coming in thick and fast. The truth is, they're similar in a lot of ways. If both fail, the feature try to authenticate your identity using a combination of the two. Both phones are rated for dust and water resistance, ensuring that your expensive investment won't be ruined if you happen to drop your phone in a puddle.

Battlefield 2 in Development, Goes Back To WW2
The title seems to suggest that EA is returning Battlefield to the numbered naming structure that was last used in 2013. Battlefield 1 was a big success for EA, though it's about time for the next game in the series to take the mantle.

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are the first devices in the Galaxy S series with a variable aperture camera. That's actually the same mark earned by the S8, Note 8 and iPhone X past year, so perhaps DisplayMate should think of revising its grading system.

While Samsung Galaxy S9 is equipped with a 5.8-inch Quad HD+ sAMOLED Infinity Display, the Galaxy S9+ will ship with a 6.2-inch QuadHD+ sAMOLED display. Plus you can ignore all that color accuracy and just turn on vivid mode. In the UAE, Etisalat has one of the lowest offerings for the new smartphones. As you can see in the benchmark screenshot above, the SM-J600F managed to score 726 points in the single-core test and 3643 points in the multi-core test.

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