With Quick Charge 3.0, Galaxy S9 technology is awesome

Already on the subject of power is necessary to touch on the issue of autonomy and rapid charging. With the Exynos processor, the GS8 and GS8 + do not have Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 technology, but instead, carry Adaptive Fast Charging (AFC) technology of their own. The upcoming series of Samsung, the Galaxy S9 will literally make you happy with its energetic and fastest processor performance. The latest Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC and Exynos 9810 chipset with the dynamic Adreno 630 GPU is enough to run your smartphone more rapidly, more smoothly and more powerfully without being heated too much built on 7nm FinFET technology.

Also, there is a possibility for the company to use Quick Charge 3.0 in order to strongly compete with its major rivals.

This technology allows us to go from 0 to 100% of the battery in barely an hour and a half in the case of the smaller model (S8), and a little over an hour with forty-five minutes in the larger model (S8+) as we remember that its battery capacities are different. In the case of emergencies, a charge of approximately 15 minutes assures us of an extra 20 to 30% of battery. The currently circulating story suggests that the Non-Removable Li-Ion 4500mAh battery capacity of Galaxy S9 is a bloom and can be charged up to 100% in just 45 minutes.

In the issue of autonomy as such, the GS8 reaches up to a day and a half of useful life with a light use, i.e. connected more than anything to Wi-Fi network, use of social networks, messaging and if perhaps a little Music and phone calls. The GS8 +, with the same use, lasts slightly longer than for a couple of hours. When it comes to the connectivity upcoming Galaxy S9 is really a typhoon offering a reigning speed with the quickest LTE Cat 18 modem for the fastest downlink speed at the rate of 1.2Gbps and 156Mbps. In addition to this, it also gives immersive 360-degree video experience.

However, when it comes to heavy usage (4G network connection, mapping, streaming music, camera use and social networking for event coverage, among other things), the GS8 stays at a very decent 16 hours approximately Life. Surprisingly, the GS8 + reduces its life approximately a couple of hours, we suppose due to the greater energetic expenditure of its screen. Hope, Samsung Galaxy S9 will fulfill our desire to run a smartphone for long hours without the consumption of a large amount of battery.

But what about the camera

Bluntly, the GS8 and GS8 + camera is the best one I personally have ever tried  In Xataka Mexico we have analyzed the Google Pixel and we liked the camera, however, the standards of Samsung are not far behind and are very much on a par. Failing to have tested both devices from Google and Samsung, I will say that they are equivalent. The 16MP Dual-lens primary camcorder and 8MP front camera having Optical Stabilization in Galaxy S9 are amazing offering the best range of picture quality.

Source: edgegalaxys9.com

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