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Made for the way people increasingly communicate and express themselves more with images, videos and emojis, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ drive innovation with Samsung's "most advanced camera ever".

DxOMark tests cameras thoroughly and rates them for their photo and video performance, then gives them a combined score.

The secondary camera module comes with a 2x telephoto lens along with a f/2.4 aperture. DxO, a popular camera rating website, has given the particular device its highest rating, more than Google Pixel 2, which was the best photography camera until now.

By the looks of DxO's findings, its safe to say that if you want a phone mainly for its photo taking capabilities, the Galaxy S9 Plus is the best phone out there for now.

As DxOMark notes, the Galaxy S9+ camera has no "obvious weaknesses", going through all of its various tests without any hiccups.

Raising the bar even higher, the new Galaxy S9's camera has received some significant enhancements, with a 12-Megapixel dual pixel camera on both cameras with optical image stabilisation. According to their website interested customers can avail of their Smartpay offer to get a 64GB Galaxy S9 for the super low price of only Dh128 payable in 24 months. The device has managed to score 522 out of 555 points on HTML5 which is better than Galaxy Note 8's score of 488 points and Galaxy S9's score of 517 on the same benchmarking site.

Samsung's Galaxy S9+ is the bigger of the two flagship devices launched by the South Korean company one day before the MWC began in Barcelona. This is also the lowest camera aperture seen in a smartphone till date. The slow-mo feature has also been added up to 960 frames-per-second (fps) and when taken, allows users to edit the video to add background music. The camera also supports super-Slow-Mo recording ideal for capturing every moment, and features personalized AR emoji for a more fun and way of expressing yourself.

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