Samsung S9: General Features. Using screen mirror on Galaxy S9


Samsung S9: General Features. Using screen mirror on Galaxy S9 – At the MWC 2018 event in Barcelona, Spain, the Samsung Galaxy S9 flagship was unveiled.

It was launched alongside the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, the larger model. The smartphone comes with an upgraded camera, but with roughly the same characteristics as the previous Samsung Galaxy S8.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 also looks identical to its predecessor, but with more features with an improved AI presence. Join me as the features on this smartphone are exhumed one by one.

Key Specs and Features of the Samsung Galaxy S9
Super-AMOLED Display, 5.8-inch, 1440 X 2960 pixels (570 ppi)
With 4GB RAM, Android 8.0 (Oreo)
Qualcomm octa-core MSM8998 Snapdragon 845 (USA & China), Exynos octa-core 9810 (EMEA)
Built-in 64GB / 128GB / 256GB capacity and support for memory cards of up to 200GB
Rear Camera 12MP
Front Camera 8MP
Sensor with fingerprints (rear)
Charging wirelessly
The Evidence of Water and Dust (IP68 certification)
3,000 mAh Li-ion Non Removable Battery
Galaxy S9 from Samsung

Outward Design – Samsung S9: General Features. Using screen mirror on Galaxy S9
The Samsung Galaxy S9 looks very similar to its predecessor, as seen before, retaining the nice premium construction.

In order to have a smartphone that is both classy and trendy, it is also composed of a mixture of metal and glass.

The Samsung Galaxy S9, however, is a tad thicker and heavier too, which makes it feel more premium when kept fully conscious that you are keeping a Samsung Galaxy smartphone of the 9th generation.

Although the big change here is the fingerprint sensor that has been criticized for previously being in an inconvenient location on the side of the camera, it has been shifted to the side, but is still part of an uncommon camera module. Samsung S9: General Features. Using screen mirror on Galaxy S9

Lilac Purple, Midnight Black, Titanium Gray, and Coral Blue are available for the Samsung Galaxy S9, but these colours may not be available in all countries.

With more deliberate effort from Samsung to cover the sensors more, the top bezel also appears to be a little slimmer than before.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 retains the 3.5mm audio jack that was recently left out by some luxury flagships, which is a good thing.

The Android phone is IP68 approved, which means it is dust resistant and up to 1.5 meters of water can survive for up to 30 minutes. Samsung S9: General Features. Using screen mirror on Galaxy S9

A Display for Infinity
One of the best things about the flagship of the Samsung Galaxy S9 is its rich, vibrant display, which is the same except that it is a bit smaller at 5.8 inches.

As before, the aspect ratio of 18.5:9 still remains, enabling you to have more screen room without becoming unnecessarily big.
The Super AMOLED monitor runs on a full HD resolution by default to save power, which you can choose to adjust in settings if you want to a maximum of 2960 X 1440 pixels (570 ppi) and do not care about the battery.

You also have the curved display on the sides and nothing in the way, which if you look at it is kind of a charmer.

For protection against scratches and simple damage, the Samsung Galaxy S9 offers Corning Gorilla Glass 5.

A near-bezel-less edge to edge screen is provided by the display that gives the illusion of an infinity display.

On the monitor, the Samsung Galaxy S9 also has an Always On feature that reveals useful details such as the date and time when the screen is locked.

The Always on Display can also be configured to display more or less detail. On the home button, the screen also supports HDR10 and 3D Touch.

Camera and Battery
The Samsung Galaxy S9 only comes with a 3, 000mAh battery, just as we would have loved to see a larger battery size.

This is kind of an issue with its predecessor, but with the USB Type-C connector, the configuration conserves power and fast charging (Quick Charge 2.0) is still present.

It also supports wireless charging from Qi / PMA.
For the Galaxy S9, Samsung provides up to 14 hours of Wi-Fi connectivity. On 4G and 3G respectively, you could get up to 12 hours and 11 hours respectively. The Samsung Galaxy S9 also provides video playback for up to 16 hours.

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Two Good Cameras
The camera featured on the Samsung Galaxy S9 has more AI integration, which is more of a thing in most high-end flagships aiming to provide the next experience of capturing milestones.

In addition, with the DRAM chip mounted on top, you have a new 12MP rear camera. It delivers energy directly to the camera, which means a much faster processing speed.

The dual aperture technology that moves between f/1.5 and f/2.4 is another wonderful thing.

It uses a smaller aperture when there is a lot of light to give a better picture and then to the larger one when there is less light. This depends on the brightness of the environment.

The slow motion recording of up to 960 fps at 720p is also one of the features of the Samsung Galaxy S9 that was displayed at the MWC 2018 case.

Although this is cool, the issue is the timing of the very quick acts to catch them. The solution is the motion detector, which, once motion is detected, automatically starts recording.

At 1080p full HD, you can also record Slo-Mo, but at 240 fps.
By the way, 4k videos can be shot at 30 fps or 60 fps on the Samsung Galaxy S9. It is also possible to record full HD videos at the same time.

The Samsung Galaxy S9’s rear camera also features Optical Image Stabilization with up to 8X digital zoom. Often baked into the camera is the background blur effect (a.k.a. Bokeh effect).

The Samsung Galaxy S9, unlike the older edition, comes with a better selfie experience by helping to reduce the noise in pictures taken. For a better wide-angle selfie, the smartphone uses an 8MP camera.

The Bixby Vision is another highlight that helps translate live texts written in a foreign language to your native language. Samsung also said that the camera will help you estimate the amount of calories in your food, even though it’s still unclear how it does this. Samsung S9: General Features. Using screen mirror on Galaxy S9

Software and Hardware
The Samsung Galaxy S9 offers two distinct options under the hood, based, of course, on your area. There are some carriers, let’s say in the USA, that might not fit with a certain chipset. Samsung S9: General Features. Using screen mirror on Galaxy S9

The Samsung rolls out with two separate SoCs to prevent this. You have an Octa-core Qualcomm MSM8998 Snapdragon 845 Processor with an Adreno 630 GPU for users in the USA and China.

There is an Octa-core Exynos 9810 chipset for the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa) with a Mali-G72 MP18 GPU.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 has 4 GB of RAM, which, in my own opinion, is enough for a smooth performance. You also have a 64GB internal storage space with 128GB and 256GB models, respectively. For more storage space, the smartphone supports a memory card of up to 400GB.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 runs with the Samsung Experience UI formerly known as TouchWiz on Android 8.0 Oreo.

For desktop experience support, you also get DeX. For real time security monitoring and safety, you also get Knox. You can also create protected directories that need to be accessed by bio-metric scanning (iris scanning or fingerprint scanning).

Tuned Audio by AKG
The Samsung Galaxy S9 features AKG tuned stereo speakers. With Dolby Atmos technology, like Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus, expect surround sound. Samsung S9: General Features. Using screen mirror on Galaxy S9

Single SIM or Dual SIM
Samsung S9: General Features. Using screen mirror on Galaxy S9The Samsung Galaxy S9 may support a single Nano SIM or dual Nano SIM, depending on your country or carrier. However, dual SIM models are hybrid, meaning that the secondary SIM slot will also double as the slot for the microSD card.

The Ultimate Line?
If you have two SIM cards attached to your Samsung Galaxy S9, you will not be able to use a microSD card to add more room to your phone. It will entail sacrificing a SIM slot to install a microSD card for the dual SIM versions.

LTE cat 18, which is capable of 1200 Mbps download speed and 200 Mbps upload speeds, is supported by Samsung Galaxy S9, which means super-fast browsing and streaming for your images.

On all networks, including MTN, Glo Mobile, Airtel, 9Mobile, Ntel, Smile, etc., the Samsung Galaxy S9 will support LTE in Nigeria. Samsung S9: General Features. Using screen mirror on Galaxy S9

What’s in the cabinet (Samsung Galaxy S9)
The following can be found in the box, according to Samsung:
Galaxy S9 unit from Samsung
USB Cable Cord
Earbud to Earbud
Pin for SIM Ejector
Control Adapter from USB
Connector USB Form C
USB Mini Connector
Cover of Clear View
Manual of Users
It is also important to remember that what is in the box can differ from nation to nation.

Samsung S9: General Features. Using screen mirror on Galaxy S9

Price and Availability of Samsung Galaxy S9
The price of the Samsung Galaxy S9 starts at about 135,000 Naira in Nigeria. You can purchase the unit in Kenya for about 45,000 KSh and in Ghana for 3,699 GHS.
At the 2018 Mobile World Congress, the Samsung Galaxy S9 was announced.

On March 16, it began its global launch, beginning at a price of about £ 739, which was around Naira 373, 000. This is a lot cheaper than the iPhone X, the flagship of Apple at the moment. Samsung S9: General Features. Using screen mirror on Galaxy S9

Specs of the Samsung Galaxy S9
Here are a few of the Samsung Galaxy S9 specs:
Specific Characteristics
Platform: Android 8.0 Oreo Platform 8.0 Oreo
Processor: Octa-core 4 x 2.8 GHz Cortex-A55 Mongoose M3 & 4 x 1.7 GHz (Exynos 9810)- EMEA CPU
Kryo 385 Gold & 4/1.7 GHz Octa-core 4 x 2.7 GHz Kryo 385 Silver (Qualcomm MSM8998 Snapdragon 845)-USA & China
GPU: MP18-EMEA Mali-G72, Adreno 630-USA & China
Memory: RAM of 4GB
Colours: Midnight Black, Coral Blue, Green Titanium, Purple Lilac
Size: 147.7 x 68.7 x 8.5 mm
163g Weight:
Form of SIM: Nano SIM
SIM Count: Single SIM or Dual SIM
Display: 5.8-inch, Capacitive Touchscreen Super-AMOLED,
Pixels 2960 X 1440 (570 ppi)
Security for the screen: Corning Gorilla Glass 5
12MP camera, 2160p Video@60fps, 1080p Video@60fps, 720p Video@960fps Rear Camera:
Features of the rear camera: f/1.5-2.4, 26mm, 1/2.5′′, 1.4 μm, Dual Pixel PDAF, phase detection, Geo-tagging, 4K video and 9MP image recording simultaneously, touch focus, face/smile detection, Auto HDR, panorama recording.
Capacity built-in: Yes, 64GB/128GB/256GB
Support for Memory Cards: Yes, up to 200GB

How To Screen Mirror To TV on Galaxy S9 Using Samsung Smart View App
Here’s also how to use Galaxy S9 to screen mirror. Samsung S9: General Features. Using screen mirror on Galaxy S9
#Samsung #Galaxy #S9 is the South Korean giant’s new flagship phone that uses a strong hardware architecture and is equipped with some incredible features.

On this handset, the first thing you can find is that it has a wide 5.8 inch Super AMOLED display that covers much of the device’s front part. When viewing images, videos, or any other content, this phone has one of the best displays to use.

If you want to share your phone’s content with other people or just want to see the videos on a much larger monitor on your phone, then there is a way to do this and this is called screen mirroring ( sometimes also called screen casting).

What this does is that the content of the phone is reflected on the TV screen. A TV that allows screen mirroring would need to be used. This can either be one of the newer versions of Samsung TVs or any TV connected to its HDMI port with a Chromecast.

Prerequisites: Make sure that the same Wi-Fi network is linked to your TV and computer. Some TV models also enable you to adjust the input mode manually or turn the mirror on the wall.

How to use the TV mirror on the Galaxy S9
Swipe down using two fingers from the top of the screen.
Then press it and check for the Smart View button.
Tap the gadget you want your phone to connect to (the name of the TV will appear on the screen of the phone).

When paired, the screen of your mobile device will now be seen on your TV.
The material that is on your phone can now be viewed on TV. This enables the viewing of images, pictures, or even games on a much larger screen.

Notice that there is some difference between the acts performed on the phone and the TV appearance, so when playing fast-paced games, you do not want to use the screen mirror.

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