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Overview of Samsung Galaxy S9 specs, features for business
This article is part of the Access issue of March 2018, Vol. 2, No. 2
Despite seemingly small changes from its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S9 specs made a splash with a few additions that help keep the company's flagship device atop the market. Aside from a camera overhaul and some fun new features, the Samsung Galaxy S9 specs don't venture too far beyond those of the S8. That phone made some major changes that turned heads, and since some of the newly announced features to software -- such as updates to the Bixby digital assistant -- will be made available on the S8 as well, the changes to the S9 may not be enough for existing users to upgrade or for new users to buy. The S9 looks and feels much the same as the S8, with the same screen size and battery capacity as its predecessor. The biggest addition to Samsung's newest Android device is the dual-aperture 12-megapixel rear camera, which also includes a Live Focus feature that answers to Apple's Portrait Mode in the iPhone X. Major improvements to the S9 camera -- better slow motion capture, increased image quality thanks to new sensors, ...
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