DxOMark scores smartphone on the basis of various tests in controlled environments. It's not the only phone with a decent camera, of course, but it did climb the ladder to earn the top ranking in DxOMark, an industry standard tool for evaluating camera and lens performance. So, as the Galaxy S9 hits the market, that's how we'll really see if it truly has the best camera in the game.
Samsung Galaxy S9 flaunts a 5.8 inch Quad HD+ (1440 x 2960 pixels) Super AMOLED Infinity Display at 570ppi.
Samsung has released the Galaxy S9 with a much improved camera. And while Apple eliminated the headphone jack with the iPhone 7 in favor of its own Lightning connector and wireless AirPod ear buds, Samsung said its new Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus were created to give customers features they actually wanted.
It also promises a more reliable connectivity and a higher quality image playback. To test one smartphone camera, its engineers its take and evaluate more than 1,500 test images, along with more than two hours of video. The difference is that innovative variable-aperture lens on the main camera, plus 2x optical zoom.
Essentially, the DeX Pad is a docking station that allows you to make use of your Samsung S9 as both a keyboard and a trackpad. You can also manually adjust the level of blur before you capture the shot.
High-end cameras, like those found on the S8, excel in low light and tricky conditions. Samsung somehow managed to outdo itself with the latest flagship OLED generation, according to in-depth DisplayMate analysis. The site has not divulged how they came to the decision with the iPhone X taking the top spot but they do run tests.
It comes in black or gold and there's also an A8+ model that has a 6-inch screen. With its simple setup, users can work more seamlessly through their phone - and at impressive screen resolutions at that. Though the LCD variant would have an iPhone X-like design, it would lack the 3D Touch functionality.