Compared to the S8, the biggest upgrade of the S9 series is the camera.Samsung S9+ uses Dual Pixel 12MP dual camera, supports F1.5-F2.4 discernable aperture, while supporting OIS optical image stabilization and 960fps slow motionvideoShooting. Samsung said that compared with the S8, the S9 can get 28% more light and reduce noise by 30%.
According to DXOMark, the Samsung S9 Plus is a camera that has no weaknesses. In both static and video shooting modes, it performed well and consistently delivered excellent photo and video quality in all lighting and shooting environments, resulting in the highest score for DxOMark Mobile to date.
In general, the low-light environment best reflects the camera power of a mobile phone. Foreign media PhoneArena found S9+, and pulled up the iPhone X, Pixel 2 XL, Note 8 for the same field. In actual performance, who is better?
Objectively speaking, the four mobile phones are the first-line standards for today's smart phones, and the difference is not too great.Judging from the quality of the photographs, the S9+ does not have a noticeable improvement over the Note 8, but its proofs are more natural, diluting the effects of post-processing algorithms.
Although Pixel 2 XL is not the clearest set,But in dealing with high-contrast scenes, it is very good at superimposing exposures and generating more balanced images.The overall performance is excellent..
At night,iPhone X clearly lags behind the other three opponents, especially in high contrast scenes
The following is a sample comparison.From top to bottom are Samsung S9+, Samsung Note 8, iPhone X, and Pixel 2 XL: