Anonymous, 05 Apr 2018Yes they have. I found call recorder on the Android apps.Which android application name please
I bought the S9 to have the best camera phone of 2019, and until now it didn't dissapoint. But with the p20 pro released, i think i might have to upgrade. Anyway, here are some of the best comparisons i found on youtube with mate 10 pro and pixel 2. It's a new channel, but seems legit, not like tech town, tech swich or other fake channels
Does it support new UFS cards? UFS use less power while being faster compared to microSD
Radhakrishnan , 05 Apr 2018Still no application developers has developed call recorder for s9. How much we have to wait f... moreThey have screen recorder. But not call recorder. But I don't like call recorder.
I love this phone. Samsung has done so much better job then Apple and is at less off a price. Plus I like see some off the older Samsung's for sale still such as the S6. Next year's S 10 very excited about.
Still no application developers has developed call recorder for s9. How much we have to wait for that. Any idea.
CptPower, 04 Apr 2018I cant say percentage but Foxconn is world biggest factory for making the cell phones. Ok, can you please provide a reliable source that confirms that "almost every phone is made there" then?
Thanks in advance
Anonymous, 27 Mar 2018"Chinese Foxconn almost every phone is made there and then send worldvide" What happened to... moreI cant say percentage but Foxconn is world biggest factory for making the cell phones.
I bought Galaxy S9, after using Galaxy Alpha for 3.5 years.
I would say, This is the phone with no compromise. Everything is top notch without that stupid notch(iphone X). Camera and display is best at this time, there is no any other phone which can compete with Galaxy S9.
Samsung experience ui is great. Everything including Edge lighting, dual speakers, Edge panel, super slow no, F1.5, Force touch home button which actually feels like home button, Performance is great as well.
Battery could have been better, but it's fine for me. It can survive whole day with 4-5 hrs SOT.
Samsung rarely gives updates, using a S7 and S8 and till now oreo has not yet come.............very slow in giving updates cause by the time oreo for sammy, pixel would have a new version for their fones............samsung fones are gr8 - gud camera and formfactor and looks - overall gud but OS still cant compare with Pixel fones.........so end of the day OS i.e stock android plays a major role.
haven't had this phone yet but from what I see and hear out there its the best in 2018. Am ma buy this phone, working on my budget
It seems Samsung suffers from the oddity curse, that is, every single odd-numbered release of their flagship phone has suffered from one or more design flaws.
1. Phone slow startup after just 6 months of purchase brand new.
1. Screen burn-ins
2. Enexplained crashes even though using firmware released by Sammy + the telco addons.
1. Sensor underneath the AMOLED screen would caused the screen to flash continuously at low brightness level (less than 10%). Once the problem starts, can't fix it; require a complete screen + sensor change.
2. Performace degrades after 11 months of constant usage.
1. Can't stand the Australian heat if you accidentally left the phone on the dashboard for about an hour. Phone heat up and died. Such worthless fragile heap of gimmick junk, it's really laughable! Remind me of overpriced European cars with crappy aircon. Eh? Forget that it was supposed to be made for the Australian market and extreme weather condition.
2. Video time is half of what was claimed by Sammy and "independent" review sites. Notice the double quotes!
1. Battery life is utter crap, despite the bogus claim from Sammy and its legion of fanboys! Try watching videos and games with intensive graphic sequences and you'll see what I mean. Remember to bring the damn charger with you everywhere you go!
2. Dual audio lines recording not working at all (You can write a test app/case in Java to prove this point yourself).
3. Back gorilla glass surface, as always, is not a good heat dissipator (Neither was plastic from their previous Galaxy SN flagship phones), where "N" is a numeric designator.
4. Non-removable battery won't help if you need to fix your phone OS yourself. Developer will know what I mean.
5. No IR blaster and radio-receiver chips - useful features not included.
All up: Don't bother anymore with over-hyped, gimmicky Samsung Galaxy S-series flagship phones! You just throw money down the drain even if you can afford it comfortably.
GSMArena Reader, 01 Apr 2018When it comes to functionality and performance(except battery life), Samsung's flagships almos... moreYou can easily uninstall any bloatware that you want. This is a big plus for Samsung. Other brands like "Sony", you can't uninstall most bloatware.
When it comes to functionality and performance(except battery life), Samsung's flagships almost had it all.
Good Screen, Camera, Hardwares
3.5mm headphone jack(Thank Samsung for keeping this.)
Good looking phone. IP certs.
The only thing hindering from buying them are the amount of bloatwares.
Looking back to my First generation Samsung Note, I never used any of its bloatwares.