The Samsung Galaxy S9 And S9 Plus Preorders Are Disappointing

The Samsung Galaxy S9 And S9 Plus Preorders Are Disappointing

With Samsung recently unveiling its new Galaxy S9 there will clearly be many Galaxy S8 and S7 owners looking to upgrade.

If you've been thinking about purchasing a Galaxy S9 but aren't quite sure you're ready to bite the bullet, Samsung has created a way for you to give the phone a test drive using your current device. Suspicion continued for the Note 8, but that phone ended up having a scanner on the back, too.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus comes with a 6.2-inch S-AMOLED display, 8-core processor, 6GB of RAM, LTE Cat.18 connectivity, and 64GB or 256GB.

There's no mention of a Microsoft Edition of the Galaxy S9 on Microsoft's Store page.

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"Sell now and you'll get a better deal".

Lots of smartphone owners have opted to stick with their existing smartphone rather than buy the new breed of insanely expensive flagships such as the iPhone X. Since the design and other things of the Note 9 smartphone already done, the company seem not to change it just to add the Fingerprint Scanner under the display on the device.

Samsung, however, hopes that Samsung sales will eventually recover and hit the targeted level, even though, now, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus preorders are disappointing.

Take devices such as the Razer Phone, OnePlus 5T and HTC U11 Plus, these are still extremely capable devices despite having last year's Snapdragon 835 SoC, they are technically cheaper to own than the Galaxy S9 and could probably offer performance that is on par. Furthermore, Samsung Protection Plus only covers a one time screen crack replacement, make sure you don't drop a second time if you happen to replace the display.

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