The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ received some incremental changes over its predecessors, but there is one area that's getting a good upgrade: storage. Soon, you'll be able to purchase the S9 and S9+ in 128GB and 256GB storage options.
If you're like me, purchasing and using external storage SD cards can be a hassle. That's why having increase space options internally is the best route to go so that you don't have to worry about carrying additional cards with you. By having more internal storage, you'll be able to save media locally. This comes in quite handy if you're planning to shoot videos in 4K or Super Slow-mo. If 256GB isn't enough for you, there's support for up to 400GB, don't worry.
The 128GB Galaxy S9 will go for $770 and the S9+ will go for $890. The 256GB will run you $820 and the S9+ will cost $940. All of these storage options are available in Lilac Purple, Coral Blue and Midnight Black. If you're interested, fans can preorder the smartphones starting May 1st, and will be exclusively available on Samsung's website May 18th.