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Best Android phone in India right now

The Samsung Galaxy S9+ is an extremely powerful smartphone, but unlike the S9, this one’s meant for big screen lovers. It has a 6.2 inch QHD display and Samsung’s AMOLED panels look as good as ever. It carries the same design as the Galaxy S8 and is the most ergonomic big screen smartphone today. To make a long story short, the Samsung Galaxy S9+ is the smartphone to buy if big screen and attractive looks are your priorities. All this makes the Samsung Galaxy S9+, the best among all the Android mobile phone in India.

Samsung Galaxy S9+  Specifications
Ram & Storage : 6 GB | 64 GB
Display : 6.2 (1440 x 2560)
Processor : NA,Octa
Operating System : Android
Primary Camera : 12 + 12 MP
Front Camera : 8 MP
Battery : 3500 mAH
Soc : Exynos 9810

The Display: Samsung’s OLED panels are absolutely unmatched, so most device makers buy them. However, Samsung always uses the best screens for its own phones. The Galaxy S9 sports a 5.8-inch 1440p OLED, and the S9 Plus has a 6.2-inch OLED. These panels fill almost the entire face of the phones thanks to a taller 18.5:9 aspect ratio, and they’re curved on the left and right edges. Thus, they aren’t too wide to comfortably hold. The colors, brightness, and viewing angles are also best-in-class.

The Camera: Samsung’s main 12MP camera sensor on the S9 and S9 Plus has an adjustable aperture. it operates in either f/2.4 or f/1.5 mode. It produces crisp outdoor images in f/2.4 and bright low-light shots with f/1.5. This is without a doubt one of the finest mobile cameras available. I think it’s second only to the Pixel 2’s camera, but it’s a close call. There are situations, like stationary objects in low-light, where the Galaxy S9 will trounce the Pixel.

The Performance: The GS9 isn’t the fastest phone, but it’s much faster than the Galaxy S8. The new Snapdragon 845 is probably part of this, but I suspect Samsung also tuned this phone to be faster after complaints of how pokey the GS8 could be. App switching is quick, and animations are smooth. I’ve been using the GS9 Plus as my main phone for several weeks now, and I’m not seeing any of the slowdowns I saw on the Galaxy S8. The improved performance makes the GS9 feel much more worth the price.

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