The Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) is an interesting phone for a number of reasons but it still heavily banks on the brand goodwill and four camera bragging rights. What we get here is a wonderful display, an attractive design, a reasonably powerful chipset, and a decent battery.
The Galaxy A7 (2018) follows a similar approach, but it makes more sense as it’s significantly cheaper and competes in an entirely different league. Samsung isn’t pushing itself when it comes to providing competitive hardware or software and that makes Galaxy A9 (2018) feel a bit overpriced at launch.
At the same time, it’s good enough to serve as a OnePlus 6T alternative. If you would rather invest in a more familiar or reliable brand with an extensive after-sales support network, you can consider the Galaxy A9 (2018) as an option.read more →