Samsung is the biggest name in Android phones, and for good reason, since the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus are among the best phones that can be purchased.
However, Samsung is not limited to manufacturing the flagship industry, but has a wide range of smart phones that can be the perfect solution, regardless of your needs and your budget.
With that in mind, here is our guide to the best Samsung phones available at this time. It covers everything released to the market by Samsung in recent months and in a wide variety of prices, along with different screen sizes, specifications and features.
Update: We have added the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 high-end to our best list of Samsung phones. Keep reading to know in which position it is located.
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Release date: August 2018 | Weight: 205g | Dimensions: 162 x 76.4 x 9mm | OS: Android 8.1 | RAM: 6 / 8GB | Storage: 128 / 512GB (up to 1TB with card) | Battery: 4,000mAh | Rear camera: Double 12MP | Front camera: 8MP
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is not just one of the best Samsung phones you can buy today, it is one of the best phones, period. It is an expensive device, of course, but it has more than double the storage capacity of the iPhone X at approximately the same initial price. In fact, it turns out to be a better business than Apple’s offer.
His key point of sale this time is the only S-Pen, which no longer requires loading. With the new S-Pen you can not only do normal things similar to a touch pen, but you can also use it to take selfies remotely, which will allow you to take shots that you could not otherwise get.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is also one of the best camera phones in Samsung’s lineup, with a camera that easily eclipses the competition. This adds to the improved cooling and battery life, which will make this jumbo-sized device last for most of the day without getting a hole in your pocket, (even if the price does) .
- Improved battery life
- Magnificent screen
- Very expensive
Release date: March 2018 | Weight: 189g | Dimensions: 158.1 x 73.8 x 8.5 mm | OS: Android 8 | Screen size: 6.2 inches | Resolution: 1440 x 2960 | CPU: Snapdragon 845 / Exynos 9810 | RAM: 6GB | Storage: 64GB / 128GB | Battery: 3,500mAh | Rear camera: Double 12MP | Front camera: 8MP
The Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus is the best Samsung phone, and also the best positioned phone in our general list of the best phones at the time of writing this article.
It is large, in fact its 6.2-inch screen would make it very large, if it were not for the almost complete absence of bevel and curved edges, which ensures that it is quite manageable in the hand. The screen is also one of the best that exist, it is clear and colorful.
The Galaxy S9 Plus also stands out for its double 12MP camera, one of which is double aperture, which means you can switch between f / 1.5 for dark scenes and f / 2.4 for everything else.
Other highlights are the impressive stereo speakers and a large 3,500 mAh battery. Of course, there is also flagship power on board, and all the features that tend to accompany this, such as an elegant metal and glass structure, water resistance, wireless charging and several biometric security options, including a fingerprint scanner fingerprints, an iris scanner and a facial scanner.
- Large double opening camera
- Awesome screen
- It’s not that different from the S8 Plus
Release date: March 2018 | Weight: 163g | Dimensions: 147.7 x 68.7 x 8.5mm | OS: Android 8 | Screen size: 5.8 inches | Resolution: 1440 x 2960 | CPU: Snapdragon 845 / Exynos 9810 | RAM: 4GB | Storage: 64GB / 128GB | Battery: 3,000mAh | Rear camera: 12MP | Front camera: 8MP
The 5.8-inch screen makes it potentially preferable if you have smaller hands or pockets and, as with the S9 Plus, it is more compact than you can expect, thanks to its slim bevels and its curvilinear display.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 has many of the same attributes as the S9 Plus, including a sharp and vibrant screen, a high-end construction, a lot of power and several biometric security options.
It only has a single-lens camera, but it’s still very good, and the battery is smaller, so this is definitely the weakest phone in general, but it’s still one of the most impressive phones you can buy in 2018.
- Excellent screen
- Very powerful
- Very similar to S8
- It only has a single-objective camera
Release date: September 2017 | Weight: 195g | Dimensions: 162.5 x 74.8 x 8.6mm | OS: Android 8 | Screen size: 6.3 inches | Resolution: 1440 x 2630 | CPU: Snapdragon 835 / Exynos 8895 | RAM: 6GB | Storage: 64GB / 128GB / 256GB | Battery: 3,300mAh | Rear camera: Double 12MP | Front camera: 8MP
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is Samsung’s other flagship, designed for those who want a really massive 6.3-inch screen and a touch pen (known as the S-Pen) to help get the most out of it.
Apart from that, it has much in common with the Galaxy S range, with a glass and metal frame similar (and with a similar style), a QHD curved screen and a double lens rear camera.
There is also a lot of power, although it uses a chipset of 2017 instead of one of 2018, so it is not up to the S9 range. But it is also now a bit cheaper than the S9 Plus and still has water resistance, wireless charging and plenty of storage space.
Keep in mind, however, that the Galaxy Note 9 is available since August 9, so if you are considering Samsung’s largest phone, you may want to take a look at the new (and more expensive) Note.
- Awesome camera
- Big screen
- Weak speaker
Release date: April 2017 | Weight: 173g | Dimensions: 159.5 x 73.4 x 8.1mm | OS: Android 8 | Screen size: 6.2 inches | Resolution: 1440 x 2960 | CPU: Snapdragon 835 / Exynos 8895 | RAM: 4GB | Storage: 64GB | Battery: 3,500mAh | Rear camera: 12MP | Front camera: 8MP
The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is a large screen alternative to the Samsung Galaxy S8, but it is not only the 6.2-inch screen that is larger, but also the 3,500 mAh battery.
It is also cheaper than the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus or Galaxy Note 8, which makes the Galaxy S8 Plus a slightly more affordable large-screen option, although it lacks the dual lens cameras of those phones.
- Large screen
- Big battery
- It only has a single-objective camera
- Poor biometrics