Dimensions (Overall): 5.81 inches (L) x 2.7 inches (W) x .33 inches thick
Weight: 163 grams
Product Model: Samsung Galaxy S9
Camera Features: Auto focus, slow motion recording, front and rear facing cameras
Electronics Condition: New
Electronics Features: Touchscreen display
Operating System Compatibility: Android
Built-In Memory Storage Capacity: 64GB
Compatible Service Providers: Verizon
Screen Size: 5.9 inches
Contract Type: Contract
Battery: Required, included
Warranty: 1 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869
Item Number (DPCI): 255-04-0322
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The Samsung Galaxy S9 is a device packed with a ton of new features. The device features a 5.8” edge-to-edge Quad HD Super AMOLED Infinity Display with stereo speakers tuned by AKG, and a long-lasting battery so you can use the device throughout your day. The rear camera comes with Optical Image Stabilization for capturing sharp and clear photos and also records videos in 4K UHD. With 64GB built-in-memory, and expandable storage up to 400GB with a microSD card, the Galaxy S9 allows you to capture memories without running out of room. The device has an IP68 rating and is water and dust resistant. The device also features fast wireless charging so that you can power charge without cables. The Iris Scanner and Facial Recognition technology allow you to unlock the phone during any lighting condition, dark or bright. Also includes built-in apps, such as DeX and Samsung’s virtual assistant, Bixby, which helps you do your daily tasks with voice commands.
i switched from crAPPLE to samsung because crAPPLE slows down their phones over time and their charging cables fall apart in months. APPLE is so dying. This S9 though is super fast even after over 1 year of ownership, battery last about a day but charges in less than 1 hour to full. Screen is very sturdy, no need for protection unless you drop it like a hot potatoe. lots of customization unlike crAPPLE. love it
I couldn't be happier with my samsung phone. Recently I was on a vacation with my family in Hawaii on a vacation. I took my phone out with me while snorkeling to snap some underwater pictures with my kids. When we were swimming back to shore I grabbed my son-in-laws leg , pretending to be a shark, he rolled me over and my phone fell out of my swimsuit pocket. We were only 5 feet from the shore. We immediately all started searching in the breaking surf along the beach edge. To my dismay we could not find it. I was especially worried as the water along the shore was merky with rolling sand. I put a lost add on Craig's list hoping someone would find it before we left in 2 days. No luck. Three weeks later I received a unrecognized phone call and let it go to voicemail. Later that night I listened in shock to a young woman saying they'd found my phone with their number to call to find out how to get it to me. I was in disbelief. I immediately called then back to find out they were walking along the shore and felt something smooth under foot. They reached down in the water and pulled up my cell phone. Obviously the phone wouldn't turn on but they took it home tti see if it would turn on after they left it on their wireless charger over night. In the morning, to their surprise, it powered up and had my name and number on the home screen. They mailed it to me and I was nervous about the condition it would be in after being submerged for 3 week. When I opened the package I was again shocked it wasn't scratched at all. It looked brand new. I then powered it on and was thrilled that it was all operational with the exception of the speaker phone. I have told this amazing story to so many of my friends and families. It surprises them all. Simply said, I love my Samsung phones. They are cutting edge, always years ahead of apple technology and aren't made to break. I'm a loyal Samsung customer. Im now on to my Samsung 10. It is a fantastic Smart phone that I truly love. Thanks a million Samsung for a great phone.
i had this phone for about 7 months, The picture quality is not as good as i thought it be. the camera is slow. Bixby was always popping up and there was no way that i could fine to disable it. It was always asking to update and after it would run slower. For my self the phone was a bit small and the curves on the side always got change something on the phone if you verily touched them.
I purchased this device for an additional line, and picked it because of a promotion. By the specifications it looked like a quality device that I would like in place of my S5, however I would learn that I would be greatly disappointed. The obnoxious features "baked in" to the phone are annoying, irritating and can not be disabled, rendering the experience anger inducing. I do not want to "Try sharing my profile"...ever. This can not be made to go away from the top of your contacts list. So it's permanently at the top, and if you accidentally hit it, you are taken away from your contacts list to an ever annoying sign up screen. The inability to disable the "Bixby" button is rage inducing, and makes my want to throw a brand new, shiny, expensive device across the room. It is a built in, permanent annoyance. The other features of the device seem like they would be nice, if it wasn't ruined by the intrusive, constant want for the device to "share", thinking that it is smarter than the operator. I would like to see if the other features are nice, like the camera etc., but I'm just put off by the whole experience. I'm tempted to eat the restocking fees and costs of setting up another device, just so I won't have to deal with this irritating, irremovable annoyance, just to have a phone that does what "I" want it to do. Put all that on top of the inability to change out the battery, a silly curved edge screen that makes pictures and video look bad, and all glass construction and you get...disappointment.
I have had this phone for almost two years. I have been a galaxy fan since the first one, however this will be my last. I hate that galaxy modifies the standard android version with their own tweaks, I hate that each upgrade resets the settings I have in place, I especially hate this last upgrade which makes every app I use drain the battery really fast and makes the phone super hot. I hate that each upgrade locates some settings in a different place than they were before. I do not like the new icons, I feel they look cartoonish. I also dislike the auto correct function because it substitutes words that make no sense when I have typed the correct word. I will keep the phone until it dies because it was expensive, but will not buy another.