Look closer and the changes are more obvious — the unpopular fingerprint sensor position has been shifted to below the camera lenses, and some of the front-facing tech has been made less obvious. I feel like the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus blends the lines a little more, though. It is a very hard picture to take and process. Camera apps Both camera apps have been refined over generations of smartphones, but while Apple's has been mostly unchanged, Samsung's has seen some more serious alterations. How does it look zoomed in? Modern phone design is all about making the most out of front-facing real estate. We decided to compare the two in various categories to see which comes out on top. The detail between the two is extremely similar.
Samsung has instead opted for a wide volume rocker instead of two separate buttons. The idea is to get exposure across a photo to be more leveled higher exposure in the strong shades and balanced exposure in the overly bright areas. However, both phones have nothing on the and its all-screen display. Most phones would struggle to handle all those layers well. If you take a lot of telephoto or portrait mode shots, then the Galaxy S9 Plus has just about the best camera you can buy right now.
A glass back makes these devices look great when you first get it out of the box and makes them appear positively gleaming in marketing photography. The items inside the store are very bright, and the light source is behind the subjects, which makes proper exposure difficult. I always look forward to the improvements we get with each new iPhone, so I can't wait to see what we'll get in 2018. Together, they provide good technical and real-world insight. The iPhone X also captured warmer, more vibrant colors throughout multiple test shots.
Unfortunately, comparing an iPhone to an Android phone for performance is a little like comparing apples ha to oranges. Samsung wins on design, special features, battery life and charging, and especially value, while Apple's flagship wins on camera quality, performance and security. However, it doesn't included anything to rival the iPhone's Portrait Lighting. But can it stand up to Apple's latest handsets? Colors on the iPhone are more true to life, but the shot looks darker. Video Video: iPhone X vs S9 Plus - Which should you buy? Meanwhile, the is using an aging design with big bezels and a front-facing fingerprint scanner. Low light The untimely late-March snowfall has forced us indoors, where storefronts provide some light, but not really an abundance of it.
The iPhone X is also easier to use, once you get the hang of the. You'll notice it mainly if you look at the dog in the shot above. How did they all stack up? Together, they provide good technical and real-world insight. That's about an hour more than the smartphone average and a bit longer than the runtime turned in by the iPhone X 10:49. We took a look to find out. The Verdict Samsung keeps a strong grip on screen superiority with its markedly higher-resolution screens, but Apple might be pushing ahead in power with the A12 Bionic chip.
So just how well do the Galaxy S9 and S9+ stack up against the? Furthermore, the leaves on the top of the tree are well lit and detailed. While the Galaxy S9 Plus has a 12-megapixel dual-lens rear camera like the iPhone X, a key new feature is variable aperture, which means the lenses can adapt to various lighting conditions just as the human eye would, and automatically let in more light when it's dark and less when it's too bright. Its colors may be a bit over-saturated and warmer, but the image is generally better. The S9+ is Samsung's second flagship device to feature dual cameras, the first being 2017's Note 8. That said, most users probably won't notice much difference. They caught the most detail in texture, even showing some of the veins in the petals.
Regardless, it manages to look better and more crisp than the warmer Galaxy S8 shot and the purple-tinted Galaxy S9 Plus photo. The iPhone captured a sky that is too blue. It'll work in the dark and is no longer fooled by photos, but unfortunately you can't use Samsung Pay with the feature. Naturally, less complex hairlines will work much better. No part of the image is washed out, colors are vibrant, and the sensor managed to catch quite a bit of detail in both the background and foreground. Which images do you prefer? In the same test, the Exynos-toting Galaxy S9 scored 8424 and 2472.
However, the S9+ has an array of colorful options, including blue and purple. The Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus better marks the edges and design elements within the art. But when the subject is standing still, like this shot of Charlie the pup, the S9 has no problem. What do you want to read about? After all, in their relentless pursuit to outdo one another, they each offer better and better capabilities with every new handset. While the Galaxy S9 Plus has a 12-megapixel dual-lens rear camera like the iPhone X, a key new feature is variable aperture, which means the lenses can adapt to various lighting conditions just as the human eye would, and automatically let in more light when it's dark and less when it's too bright. There is a good balance between softening and detail, too. In the photo above, the S9 seems to have applied the same filter on my face as it did to my son's.
The camera has to recognize the subject and determine what is in the background and foreground to properly blur stuff out. The Galaxy S9 tends to overexpose images; we often found it boosted the light parts of the photo too much. There's no such customization on the iPhone X, but when was there any? This lens is also used to create the soft focus portrait mode. Super Slow-Mo is the default option on the Galaxy S9 Plus. There is a plethora of shadows, colors, and layers, which means we can compare color reproduction, as well as contrast and exposure. The iPhone X offers much better image quality than any previous iPhones.