Hayaan Mo Sila, 13 Mar 2018Hahahaha deluded. You surely are uninformed or lack any form of common sense.
Samsung only st... moreWrong. First Samsung mobile phone sold to the public was in 1988. The Samsung SH-100.
First Sony phone was in 2002. The Sony Ericsson T68i….After Sony joined Ericsson in 2001, and updated the Ericsson T68 model. Sony just bought Ericsson's technology and put the Sony Ericsson name on the phone.
First camera phone was from Sharp.
Sony has a gimmick 960fps video only with manual button use, NOT Automatic. Only works for 0.2 of one second and then shuts down. Meaning that most times you will MISS the shot.
Samsung has AUTOMATIC and Manual modes for 960fps videos. Meaning that you WILL get the shot most times. Is that clarification enough for you ? Samsung has lowered the time between those captures down to 2 seconds. Between those timeouts the camera continues to shoot at 30fps. That's the first improvement.
You can also export the slow-motion parts as gifs, right there from the preview.
An easy edit over the captured clip. After you are done shooting, you get a very intuitive preview with all the slow-motion moments clearly visible and easily editable.
Samsung Galaxy S9 has a 12MP sensor with telephoto lens, and with variable aperture - f/1.5-2.4. The sensor is optically stabilized, as usual, and supports dual-pixel phase-detection autofocus and OIS. Supports image stacking with new noise-reduction procedure with 4-frame stacking. Also supports the new HEVC format.
And Samsung started using fps videos in 2009 with I8910 Omnia HD, so its been upgrading over the years. Sony jumped in after Samsungs innovation and just copied this amazing technology
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2018Never underetood what people find in bezels. They are clearly cancer to phones...Bezels are great. Not looking forward to our notch-filled future.
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2018Never underetood what people find in bezels. They are clearly cancer to phones...Sure, front-firing stereo speakers are also cancer then ;P
Hayaan Mo Sila, 13 Mar 2018XZ2 has larger sensor, so even with the f2.0 lens, the sensor is gathering more light than the... moreNo it's not. The sensor is moot that much bigger. Aperture jump brings in more light then different sizes pixels in small amounts. Plus Sony has smaller pixels
As I mentioned before, True change for S6 edge.
Huge improvement in different department over S6 edge.
Big improvement in units inside SoC over S7.
Big improvement in Camera department over S8.
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2018Apple has OIS, XZ2 does not.. I wonder how it is possible.. XZ2 has larger sensor, so even with the f2.0 lens, the sensor is gathering more light than the f1.8 lens of the iPhone X. The lack of hardware stabilization matters almost nothing to Sony. That is why I don't always believe that OIS is good for smartphones. The S9 did worse than last year's S8 in low light based on the comparison tool chart. Even the iPhone X is better.
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2018sorry, apple always seriously improve its camera. so.. bye bye xperiaYou're a really good joker man! Made me laugh for 10 years, the same length of time Apple took to catch up to the competition.
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2018sorry, apple always seriously improve its camera. so.. bye bye xperiaLmao. Best joke I saw here tweet
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2018Wrong: According to diplaymate tests s9 is barely better in the scrern department and one woul... more-Enough with the battery already!!! Please for the love of god use your brain. You're comparing the wrong device!!! This is the s9 not the s9 plus. You can't compare it's battery to the s7 edge. That's for the s9 plus. For crying out loud logic. Please try it. And again. These results are kind of low but not horrific. They could either mean that Samsung needs to fix it a bit still. Or that like iPhones the wide powerful cpu core of the exynos came with a power cost that took batter efficiency back a little. We will have to wait a little to find out.
But this is still before final release, it's not comparable to s7 edge because it's in different category, and you haven't seen the snapdragon one that will for sure be better. And again this one could still improve.
In the meantime you have to wait for the s9 plus review..... You know.. sometimes it's hard being a rare person to use logic...
No not wrong. Learn to read. I never said the display was a lot better. It just is better. The same could be said about the s7 compared to the s6. That's how it always is. But it is better.
2.Again wrong. Only you are verry wrong.
And ie.. It doesn't matter whether you said s7e, s7, or iPhone for that matter as far ass it meaning what chip it is using.
Even compared to the exynos 8890 the snapdragon 845 is more powerful and efficient.
Even the s835 made a nice update. It's single core might not had f1 improved much, but multi core did. And they made great strides toasts efficiency, longevity, and improving the entire SoC. Even audio. And of course definitely better on gpu.
And the clearly continues these strides.
Clearly cpu is not as much more powerful as the exynos 9810 is, but definitely higher single core by a good enough margin. But that's not what it's all about. The entire soc is more efficient. It's better in single core and multi core, can run longer with less throttle, and has a considerably more powerful and efficient gpu. And again worked in improv giving the entire thing.
Also ddr4"x" ram too.
And the exynos one just flat out leaves it trailing in cpu. Audio is still superior on any exynos device except the s2 for crappy yamaha chip and s1 Wolfson and amp is a bit eh now. Even note2 had better audio then snapdragon s9 because of Wolfson audio dac.
You have absolutely no idea what you are talking about here. I like exynos devolves more usually. Especially for better efficiency and audio. And it's flat out wrong when people say adreno gpu has always been better. Very wrong. But you are like exynos version of them.
It's not just better at gaming. It's better at anything that requires cpu/gpu pretty much.
Like I said. Great improvements to camera. Wish their had been slightly more with all the hype. But they lived up enough surprisingly. Maybe they will use bigger sensor for the s10.
It's not just the dual aperture. It's the more accurate colors and much much much less sharpening too. Though still very high in auto exposure though that's as easy as tapping the screen.
I didn't forget to mention anything. I was making a clear point. All phones have issues. Including the s7 and edge.
Ok? Everything has pluses and minuses. Some people don't like the edges at all so therefore the s7 edge is just as flawed. However some people like the design and the ergonomics.
Battery... well I moved that up top. You are wrong.
However I do see it as a step back that Samsung was able to fit a 3600mah battery in the s7e and it's perfectly stable and safe, but couldn't fit bigger ones even in the note 8. In fact 300mah smaller despite it being much bigger. And kept the same smaller sizes from the s8's despite them gaining another 0.5 millimeter in thickness.
It's not a step back in anything at all except so far possibly a little battery endurance in exynos variant and depending on your preference of aspect ratios.
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2018Lol. Good oneNever underetood what people find in bezels. They are clearly cancer to phones...
Jman, 13 Mar 2018Worse RAM management? You really don't know what you're talking about. Here's a tip: try ow... moreIn S7 exynos I could have almost 10 heavy apps open in tandem. S8 took this number down to 3-4, in s9 it is 7. Still too little, worse than S7!
"We immediately noticed the lack of the oversharpening halos"
And then in the comparison with the slider it looks like both have exactly the same halos. Lucky if you get a SnapDragon model. Then you can adjust this in third-party camera apps.
Some markets such as Australia and New Zealand include a protective case in the box.
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2018S9 has serious downgrades.
Like worse ram management (slower phone). 78h of battery life in... moreWorse RAM management? You really don't know what you're talking about.
Here's a tip: try owing an S9 for a few days, then come back and tell us its flaws instead of looking at specs and imagining what it's like to use.
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2018 Again... They clearly said they already have the s7. And you called them a Samsung fanatic be... moreS9 has serious downgrades.
Like worse ram management (slower phone). 78h of battery life instead of 97h, fingerpring on the back (useless when on a table).
You conveniently sidestep those, but downgrading performance, ergonomy and autonomy is not a small deal and unless one is dying for a good mobile camera it is really worse deal, even if they were both selling for the same price.
Samsung peaked with S7E. Ever since it is a dumpster fire.
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2018*saw no notch "Sector is Clear!" *saw the price "NOT CLEAR! NOT CLEAR!"It has something worse than a notch. A full bezel. Meaning you cant use the sides, you have to lose the whole space side by side...
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2018The display is better, the SoC is a a lot better either version... even the s835 is a good upg... moreWrong: According to diplaymate tests s9 is barely better in the scrern department and one would be hard pressed to know if both phones were new and side by side
Wrong 2: I said S7E, i.e. exynos version, which is very similar in performance even to newest Qualcomms. Qualcomm is 1-2 generations behind the rest of the world
True: S9 is better at gaming
True 2: It has a better camera, which IMO is the only reason to buy over S7E.
*But* it has lethal problems (that you forgot to mention).
Weird aspect ratio that still doesn't play with majority of apps.
Useless fingerprint sensor (can't unlock the phone whilst on a table anymore)
Far worse battery (78h vs 97h).
A solid step back in most things that matter (apart from camera).
So , no, S9 is a terrible choice for those who are not heavily invested into mobile photography. S7E is obviously better. There is a reason why S7 sold almost twice as much as S8 (and probably would sell as much as s8 and S9 combine when all is said and done)