The Samsung Galaxy S9 is going to be an incredible device, there’s no doubt, but how will it stack up to the competition? Many other manufacturers will be offering similarly spectacular smartphones in 2018 and it’s going to be a tough choice to work out which one is best. There’s no denying there will be plenty of competition as we look towards the next generation of smartphones, and below we take a look at the most likely candidates to rival the Galaxy S9 and S9 Edge.
Samsung Galaxy S9 vs LG G7
LG will be launching their LG G7 in 2018, unless their flagship lineup gets a name change. LG has constantly been the manufacturer to attempt new things. Whether it’s back-facing physical buttons, 3D displays or modular smartphone attachments, there’s always something new and exciting to find on the latest LG handsets.
Sometimes the LG features don’t exactly work out, but sometimes they do. There’s no way of knowing what features LG may include on the LG G7 and it may completely blow the other smartphones out of the water.
Samsung Galaxy S9 vs HTC
HTC has been a quiet contender for many years now – their devices are just as slick and premium as the Galaxy lineup and their software isn’t bad either. HTC have managed to release high quality killer phones before and they could do it again in 2018.
Samsung Galaxy S9 vs Sony Xperia
Sony was the first major manufacturer to adopt a smartphone 4K display so if there’s any smartphone that could have a higher quality display than the Galaxy S9 it’ll have to be the Xperia handset in 2018. The Sony Xperia 2018 may also come with a range of other useful hardware and software features to make it a stand out performer.
Samsung Galaxy S9 vs Xiaomi Mi 7
Xiaomi is also ready to compete Samsung Galaxy S9 in 2018. Xiaomi mi will launch Xiaomi Mi 7 with 5.3 inches Ultra Hd 4k display. Mi 7 Will also waterproof. May it will also come with same Hardware and Software features of Galaxy S9
Samsung Galaxy S9 vs Huawei
Huawei now provides an incredibly diverse range of handsets, but their flagship devices have started to turn the most heads in recent years. Despite the premium hardware and feature packed user interface, Huawei’s flagship handsets are often a lot cheaper than others, so it’ll be a great alternative to those who can’t quite afford the pricey Galaxy S9.
Samsung Galaxy S9 vs Apple
Apple in 2018 could be big – their software already offers a very diverse experience and they’ve made high quality hardware for years. No matter what the critics may say, there’s no denying that Apple devices run quickly and are incredibly well optimized, something that couldn’t be said for previous Galaxy handsets.