We recently decided to find the best phones for people whose main use is social media apps Facebook and Instagram are. Samsung, Apple and Google were the three brands that belonged to our top 5 companies. While the latter had only one finalist, the two major OEMs each had a pair of phones. What we noticed, however, was that Samsung's mobile phones did not trigger the Apple system twice, but twice.
Let me clarify here: The two Apple phones that made our list are an excellent choice for social media. They perform well on all social media apps, especially Snapchat (more on that later), and have excellent cameras for photos and videos. The two entries from Samsung, however, offer more. Both offer additional features that enhance the overall experience and help you make the most of your favorite social media apps. And although Samsung is not perfect because of our tests, they are the social media mobile of choice.
Why the Galaxy Note 9 reached our list
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is one of the most complete phones ever released. After the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco in 201
6, Samsung was reluctant with its successor, Note 8, as they sought to regain the public's confidence and correct any issues they might have missed.
After a year of no problems, Samsung The limits of customization of the best available technology in a phone package, a trademark of the brand Galaxy Note, have been exceeded again. The result is this year's Grade 9, and it's because of the completeness of the phone that it stands out in many areas, including those that appeal the most to social media users and influencers.
It starts with the camera system. Both rear view cameras have optical image stabilization, which makes photography much better in low light and blurred video is a thing of the past. The outstanding novelty of this year's camera is the variable aperture, which changes the diameter of the camera opening to adapt it to different light scenarios. Depending on the situation, the main camera automatically switches between apertures of 1: 1.5 or 1: 2.4. While the front camera has a fixed aperture, it is the widest mainstream phone with f / 1.7.
Speaking of video: Have you seen these epic super-slow motion videos on social media? They were probably taken with a Samsung device. All three of Samsung's newest flagship phones support Super Slow Motion video (960 fps at 720p). The rest of the competition is limited to 240 fps at 1080p, which can also do the grade 9 if you prefer a higher resolution.