Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus takes best camera crown from Google Pixel 2

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Both of those figures are the best that DisplayMate has ever measured in a smartphone or tablet.

The Exynos 9810 - which will power most of the Samsung Galaxy S9 units available in the global market - is made under Samsung's 10-nanometer FinFET process, and should show close to double the performance of its predecessor, the Exynos 8895. After going through DxO's tests, the site revealed that the Galaxy S9+ had received an overall score of 99, beating out the Pixel 2 by 1 point.Samsung's flagship beat Google primarily in the photo division, where it achieved a score of 104, topping the Pixel's 99 by a fair margin.

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According to DxOMark, the Galaxy S9+'s dual camera system is based on that of last year's Note8, which still scores highly in the ratings with a 94 score and a 6th place finish. DxOMark reported that the Galaxy S9+ sports a camera that performs well across photo and video tests, and comes with no obvious weaknesses. DXOMark also rates the video shooting capabilities high, stating that the camera had very good stabilization, fast and accurate autofocus, good noise reduction and detail preservation, and decent white balance. It uses a f/1.5 aperture in low light situations and switches to a f/2.4 aperture when there's more light. The device has managed to score 522 out of 555 points on HTML5 which is better than Galaxy Note 8's score of 488 points and Galaxy S9's score of 517 on the same benchmarking site. A lot of the Galaxy S9's marketing has revolved around its camera. This time around, DisplayMate has awarded the Galaxy S9 an "Excellent A+" grade. Both the smartphones are scheduled to launch in India on March 6.

Samsung has also added a new super slow-motion video feature, which can record at 960 frames per second at 720p, which is HD resolution.