While the S9 Plus is newer and more powerful (at least in theory) that doesn’t necessarily mean the Note 8 isn’t worth considering though, as with the Galaxy Note 8 you get a stylus.
And those aren’t the only differences between these two phones, so read on to find out everything else you need to know about how they compare.
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus vs Samsung Galaxy Note 8 design
The Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus has a similar but slightly less angular design than the Galaxy Note 8, as both phones have a glass back, a metal frame and a curvy screen with small bezels above and below.
The cameras and fingerprint scanners are positioned differently though, as while both phones have dual-lens cameras on the back, the S9 Plus stacks them vertically with the fingerprint scanner below, while the Note 8 has them horizontally placed with the scanner to the side.
This article was sourced fromTechRadar