Last week’s poll summary: Out of almost 4,500 total votes, 34.7% of voters are most excited for the Samsung Galaxy S9, while 26 are most looking forward to the LG G6 successor. 18.4% of our readers are excited for Huawei’s new P20 line, and 14.7% said they’re not excited for any of these phones.
The Galaxy S9 is the beefier phone, sporting 6 GB of RAM and a dual-camera setup (a first for the Galaxy S line), while the smaller Galaxy S9 comes with 4 GB of RAM and a single rear-facing camera.
As is the case with most Samsung flagships, these phones are going to cost you. At launch, the Galaxy S9 is $719.99 unlocked (or $30/over 24 months), and the S9 Plus will run you $839.99 (or $35/over 24 months).
They’ll be available for purchase March 16, with pre-orders beginning March 2. Both phones are launching in a few different colors — Midnight Black, Lilac Purple, Coral Blue, and Titanium Gray — and can be purchased at a discount if you take advantage of Samsung’s Trade Up deal. You can find out more details about the promotion at this link.
Let us know if you’re planning on buying either device when March rolls around, and speak up in the comments with your thoughts on Samsung’s new flagships.