Samsung had introduced its Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus flagships yesterday, and the two phones are now available for pre-bookings in India. The two devices had been announced during the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018, and if you live in India, and are interested to get one of these two handsets, you can now pre-book for one via the Samsung Online Shop. All you have to do is follow the link down below, enter your name, mobile number, e-mail ID, model number, a color of the device, and pay Rs. 2,000 as advance payment. Once you do all that, you will receive a pre-book coupon for the variant you chose.
Now, if you’ve done all that, you will receive both an e-mail and an SMS on launch day, which will contain prices. After you apply the pre-book coupon at checkout, the price will adjust, so that you get your Rs. 2,000 back. Samsung still did not announce a final price for either of the two phones, though that is expected to happen soon, probably during a launch event which is expected to happen in the first week of March in India. Flipkart had already started teasing the phone, so that retailer will release some info in the near future as well, probably. Now, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are quite similar to their predecessors, the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, at least in terms of the design. They’re still made out of metal and glass, and they still sport curved displays, with minimal bezels. The Galaxy S9 Plus is more powerful than the Galaxy S9 this year, though, unlike last year, when the two phones were pretty much the same aside from the size difference.
The Galaxy S9 Plus not only comes with more RAM, but it also sports a dual camera setup on the back, while the Galaxy S9 comes with a single rear-facing snapper. The Galaxy S9 Plus features 6GB of RAM, while the Galaxy S9 sports 4GB of RAM, and it is still unknown which storage variants will be available in India, but Samsung did announce 64GB, 128GB and 256GB storage models of both devices. Samsung’s Exynos 9810 SoC will fuel both phones in India, even though Snapdragon 845 variants were announced as well. Android 8.0 Oreo comes pre-installed on both phones, along with Samsung’s Experience 9.0 UI