Samsung’s new Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are all about photography this year. The duo boasts an adjustable aperture, while the larger model has been upgraded to a dual-camera setup. There’s also the super-slow-motion video feature that allows users to reverse the slow-mo footage.
But all those quality images and slow-motion videos are bound to take up a lot of space on board of the device.
Yet Samsung didn’t bump up the base storage from the Galaxy S8. The latest models offer 64GB of space for the US. Sure the phones include a microSD slot for memory expansion, but some prefer to pay more and get more built-in storage.
Well, those people are going to be quite happy when they hear that Verizon is apparently gearing up to start offering the 128GB/256GB variants of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. For the time being, we don’t know how much the new models are going to cost or when they are going to go on sale.
However, we can speculate. Using Samsung’s current pricing for the 64GB versions, we believe the S9 with 128GB will retail for $820, while the 256GB version will take you back with $920. If you want the Galaxy S9+ with 128GB you’ll most likely have to take $940 out of your wallet, while the 256GB version will take you back with a hefty $1,040.
It might be worth waiting getting your Galaxy S9
If you haven’t purchased a Galaxy S9 so far, but you were thinking of doing just that, you might want to wait a little bit. The big storage models are probably going to launch soon enough.
So, would you consider getting one of the beefier Galaxy S9s? Let us know in the comment section below.