Now, the Samsung galaxy s9 packs the newest android so 2.3 on a 4.2 inch amole display with 800×480 resolutions. While larger than apple’s iPhone 4 screens of 3.5 inches, there is still no competition to the phone’s retina screen for an ultra-sharp 960×640 resolution. Still its super amole plus screen appears great with vivid colors, and its overall smoothness is not so far away from the iPhone, likely as a result of its dual core Qualcomm processor of 1.2 GHz with a 1GB ram. This appears to slightly edge out the phone’s a4 processor at 1 GHz and half of the ram in 512mb.

Samsung Galaxy S9

Smoothness was a close link here, though we would expect the dual core processor of this Samsung to deal with heavy multitasking better. Concerning the android 2.3 vs. apple’s iOS 4, android’s most recent installment offers Samsung’s touch wiz up 4.0. It does offer some neat features like game hub and reader’s hub, but we discovered that this is still no match compared to the vastness of apple’s app store, in addition to the smooth, slick feel of this iPhone 4. Probably the only edge that android holds over iOS is that it lets you play with adobe flash when browsing online, which is beneficial for some websites with animations and videos. Samsung galaxy s9 has a superior camera of 8 megapixels versus 5 megapixels on the iPhone 4. Also the galaxy s9 provides video shooting at full had resolution that is 1080p at 30fps. This feature is definitely superior to the phone’s video in resolution of 720p at 30fps. Both the galaxy s9 and iPhone 4 have an led flash and autofocus, but Samsung galaxy s9 packs a superior front camera of 2-meGBixels, versus just plain va resolution on the iPhone 4, which could probably provide more immersive video calls.

Concerning physical size and build, the Samsung galaxy s9 measures 125x66x8.5mm, this feels quite slim and light at just 8.5mm thick, and weighing in at 116g. The apple iPhone 4 steps 115.2×58.6×9.3mm, meaning the iPhone 4 is somewhat thicker at 9.3mm and a little heavier at 137g. However, the build quality of the Samsung Galaxy S9 feels somewhat fragile and plastic, when compared with the solid metallic texture of the iPhone 4. Storage-wise, the Samsung galaxy s9 provides the exact same 16 or 32 gab variations as the iPhone 4, with the notable difference of a micros expansion slot, which can cater for up to an extra 32 GB storage, based on the micros card. The battery life of the Samsung galaxy s9 is also fairly impressive, having the ability to become day 2 despite some heavy use of games and Wi-Fi. This is superior to the iPhone 4 that barely makes it to the end of day 1 under heavy use.

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