Here’s how to make great 4K 60fps videos w/ Galaxy S9 Plus and DJI Osmo Mobile gimbal. YouTube adds a lot of artifacts(due to rendering) when viewed with anything less than 4K, so please try to watch the video in at least 1440P or 4K. If you are using Samsung Galaxy device such as S9 or S9 Plus, make sure your display setting is set to 1440P first otherwise you will be limited to 1080P only.
Category: Galaxy S9
In this video, we take a look at all the stuff YOU MUST DO after buying the Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus to get the most out of your new smartphone. New to Android or Samsung? Watching this video can help you get most out of your phone and also save time! So be sure to check it out and thumbs ups appreciated!
Over the week I borrowed my friend’s iPhone X and was able to do some low-light camera comparisons with photos and videos. These were all taken in auto mode for both phones and also 4K 30fps auto mode for videos. The result? Galaxy S9’s F1.5 is indeed impressive. In low-light, there is clear advantage to using Galaxy S9’s F1.5 over iPhone X’s F1.8.
Here’s Galaxy S9 960fps SUPER slow motion me doing some golf trick shots in happy gilmore style. While the Galaxy S9 super slow motion mode is not perfect as it only auto-captures when things in its square box is moving, it does quite well in capturing super slow motion actions if you don’t have someone else to take the video for you. I only wish the square box could be set to custom locations and it would make it perfect.
For those of you who want to root your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus, here’s a step-by-step tutorial on how to root your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus along with a full video tutorial you can follow.
It seems like Samsung has made some changes to the international Exynos Galaxy S9/S9+ and not all T-Mobile 4G LTE bands are supported this year unlike previous Galaxy phones. AT&T is not affected but if you are on T-Mobile, just know you may get stuck on HSPA+ most of the time if you buy the international Exynos Galaxy S9/S9+ models.
Galaxy S9 Plus camera has F1.5 which probably is best shown by doing a video comparison. In this video comparison, we take up the Galaxy S9 Plus again Pixel 2 XL and see which one does better in low-light and near darkness. Of course, the results are definitely impressive as the S9 Plus kills Pixel 2 XL in terms of clarity, level of noise, and exposure. Galaxy smartphones have always had one of the best(if not the best) performance when it comes to the video category and the Galaxy S9/S9+ has definitely stepped up another level with its F1.5 over last year’s F1.7. Now, I am actually not sure how much of improvement that is so we will do another test on that soon. Stay tuned!
Galaxy S9/S9 Plus coolest feature? We show you how to use videos as lockscreen!
In this tutorial/quick HOWTO, I show you how to use animated GIF in your AOD(Always-On-Display) with Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus. P.S. Also works on any older Galaxy phones running S9 ROM.
Check out Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus cases from Spigen. These are the latest cases for the Samsung flagship and depending on your needs, one of them could suit you. I find the clear cases much more stickier and less prone to dropping while the smooth-surfaced cases have very soft feel, very therapeutic. And if you tend to drop your phone often, check out Spigen’s thicker cases which will prevent you from cracking your brand new S9 or S9 Plus.
If you have ordered your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus, you may want to consider getting cases BEFORE you get your phone and save a bunch of money by buying them online (as you will end up paying twice more at a retail store). Plus, the best S9/S9+ cases are usually found online. For this video overview, Ringke sent me all of their latest cases for the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. Amazingly, the cases fit perfectly on my Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus as they have exact same outer dimensions as the S9/S9 Plus. Of course, the only real changes this year is the new fingerprint sensor position and you may be able to re-use your older S8/S8+ cases by cutting a hole.
If the Galaxy S9 and S9+ worth getting over the last year’s Galaxy S8 and S8+? Well, if you are undecided, here’s some new features of the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus that you may not need.Galaxy S8+ vs S9+ F1.7 dual setup vs. F1.5/F2.4 dual setup (Only S9+ have dual cameras) 240fps vs 960fps slow motion Snapdragon 835 vs. 845 (Exynos 8890 vs. 9810) 4GB vs. 4GB of RAM for S9 but 6GB for S9+ Mono vs. Dual AKG stereo speakers Weird fingerprint sensor location vs. center fingerprint sensor Nougat vs. Oreo