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Price: INR 70,000.00 - INR 60,290.00
(as of Jun 12,2018 11:14:18 UTC – Details)



A blend of innovative design and technology – the Samsung Galaxy S9+ is powered by an octa-core processor, which runs all its innovative features seamlessly. A brilliant camera and nifty features such as augmented reality, Super Slow-mo, and Live Translation will revolutionise the way you’ve been using a smartphone. The cherry on the top is that it can be charged wirelessly. The All-seeing Eye You’d never miss out on capturing your precious moments again because of low-light conditions. The Super Speed Dual Pixel (12 MP + 12 MP) camera and the 8 MP front camera make your pictures truly Instagram worthy. Make your clicks blur-free, thanks to dual OIS (Optical Image Stabilisation). Dual Aperture Lens The Dual Aperture lens intelligently adjusts to different lighting conditions, making sure to capture every detail in bright daylight or low-light. The lens chooses F1.5 mode for low-light conditions and F2.4 mode during bright daylight. Super Slow-mo Slow down time itself with the magic of modern cinematography. At 960 frames per second, its camera can be used to make epic videos by adding music and effects to them. You can choose between three styles of looping (reverse, forward, or swing) and share it with your friends in a GIF format. You can even make those Super Slow-mo moments as your lock-screen wallpaper. Selective Focus You can use Live focus to make your portraits pop out and the Bokeh filters to turn the background lights into various pretty shapes. AR Emoji This feature adds more fun to your conversations by turning a selfie of you into an emoji using the camera. Add a personalised touch to your conversations by using different AR emojis and stickers. Live Translation Have you ever been in a situation where you couldn’t understand street signs because they were in a different language? Travel the world with the Samsung Galaxy S9+ and use the Live Translation feature to read a menu or a signboard written in a foreign