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Head-To-Head: Samsung Galaxy S9 Vs. Apple iPhone 8 Plus

The CRN Test Center compares leading offerings from the rival smartphone makers. Here's how thee Samsung Galaxy S9 stacks up against the Apple iPhone 8 Plus.

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Processor, RAM & Storage

The Galaxy S9 uses Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 845, an eight-core processor with a clock speed of up to 2.8GHz. The A11 Bionic processor powers the iPhone 8 Plus. The six-core chip features two high-performance cores that reportedly have a slower clock speed than the S9, of up to 2.39GHz. The other four cores offer enhanced battery efficiency for less-demanding tasks.

The Galaxy S9 also has more RAM, 4 GB, than the iPhone 8 Plus, which has 3 GB.

Both the Galaxy S9 and iPhone X feature 64 GB of internal storage at the base level. The iPhone X comes in a 256 GB model as well, while Samsung takes a different approach to offering additional storage with the S9--an optional microSD card that can add up to 400 GB of storage space.

 
 
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