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10 tips for Europe travelers

1. Phone If you call from the hotel is very expensive. Please purchase or buy sim card to use. And to buy cards, sim, you must present a passport. 2. Eating in restaurants If you go to eat at a restaurant, then please pay attention to the rules and traditions. Some restaurants let you bring drinks into but a very high premium. Restaurant service is also quite distinctive, new dishes only when all the members had finished the old dishes. The amount of type in the UK and Italy is around 10%, if you ask Germany to return a few cents, the excess amount is considered as a manifestation of what you are unhappy about the meal ... Also you should not pick up the excess food and waste. You can be punished for it there. 3. Shopping You should not buy and careful with fakes You should not buy counterfeit goods in this country. It's best to purchase brand and to ensure the quality, choose the larger stores. Because if you have customs detected carrying counterfeit goods, you will be subject to a very high fines. 4. Treat You will have to behave with courtesy, politeness and decency when you go to Europe. That means you can not take pictures without permission, not as noisy public places, not littering or smoking where prohibited tables ... If you make a mistake you will make others uncomfortable or fined . And generally you have to respect personal space and the common space of everyone around. 5. Eating difference Your familiar dishes when you come here it will be pasta or bread. It is difficult for you to make a rice dish. To Europe, you almost can not find the familiar rice dish And you should eat in areas far away from the tourist centers, the price will be better. If you drink beverages with stones usually you only get two stones. Not stingy sellers, this is their tradition alone. 6. Security European countries is not paradise. Here, theft and robbery still abound. So be careful when walking in the crowd, moved by public transport and do so for valuables at the hotel. Keep your assets carefully and discreetly. 7. Hotels The hotel will be less comfortable than, typically, only towels and soap, you should prepare yourself for toothpaste, brushes, mirrors, combs. 8. The paid service There are many services you have to pay when to Europe such as toilet charges, charges to watch TV ... Even if you open a mini bar and get a drink, you are also charged. So be careful observation and should ask to make about fees for services that you plan to experience. You should also change a lot of loose change, small denominations of 5 and 10 euros to conveniently pay for these services. So many loose change to use some other services 9. Avoid stray To avoid getting lost you always move in groups, keep the number of guides and keep the hotel name card. 10. Plan and book tickets early If you have travel plans to Europe, then you should buy tickets early booking or about 3 months or more to get the cheap rates unexpectedly.

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Samsung Galaxy S9 vs iPhone X: Which high-end phone is the best?

Now that we’ve fully reviewed the Samsung Galaxy S9, you’re probably wondering how it compares to Apple’s iPhone X juggernaut, which launched at the tail end of 2017. Samsung and Apple have long been battling it out in the smartphone world, with Samsung’s devices often offering the best Android-powered alternatives to Apple’s iPhone. As the two giants come to blows, it’s meant that both companies now offer fantastic specs and performance from their respective smartphones. Samsung Galaxy S9 vs iPhone X design and screen – What’s the difference? Now that Apple has embraced a bezel-less design on the iPhone X, it’s beginning to sport a look that’s far more similar to its Android rival. After all, we’ve been seeing ever-thinner bezels on Android phones for what feels like an age now. It all started with the Galaxy S8, and with Samsung having made few changes with the Galaxy S9, those similarities remain. On the Galaxy S9, Samsung has shaved off even more of the bezel, making the top and bottom of even thinner. Some bezel remains at the top to house the cameras and sensors. Apple’s approach is slightly different, and somewhat more contentious. Its screen goes right to the edge of the phone’s top frame, but there’s a cutout area – or ‘notch’, as it’s colloquially known – for the camera and sensors. Samsung famously mocked this design choice in comedic videos last year. ‘Notches’ are becoming more common among Android phones, but we’re happy to see that Samsung hasn’t followed suit. The fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy S9 sits below the camera on the rear. It’s better placed, but remains fiddly to use and is very small. The Galaxy S9 also includes face and iris unlock as a rival to Apple’s clever Face ID sign-in system. Apple’s Face ID offers the more complete solution – you can’t use your irises for Google Play payments, for example – but of course there’s no Touch ID sensor anymore. Both displays are stunning, and comfortably the best on the market today. Samsung’s panel wins for colour vibrancy and saturation, while Apple’s feels more comfortable on the eyes with its warmer hues. Apple’s True Tone tech alters the colour temperature of the display according to the surrounding the environment and it’s a feature we’d love to see on some Android phones. The glass rear of the iPhone X makes it feel great in the hand, whereas the Galaxy S9 similarly is made from premium materials befitting its price. The iPhone X makes do with IP67 dust- and water-resistance, whereas the Galaxy S9 is slightly more resilient with an IP68 rating. This basically means the Galaxy S8 can survive depths of 1.5 metres for 30 minutes, whereas the iPhone X can manage only 1 metre for the same time. The addition of a glass back on the iPhone X means that it supports wireless charging, and this is supported by the Galaxy S9, too. The iPhone X has no headphone jack, so you’ll need to use a Lightning adapter, but the headphone jack remains with the Galaxy S9. Samsung is doing some interesting things with its speakers. On the S9 they’re front-facing and tuned by AKG, plus they support Dolby Atmos for a pseudo surround-sound effect. We still think the speakers on the iPhone X are better – sound is richer and doesn’t distort at high volumes – but the S9’s speakers offer a huge improvement over older models. Samsung Galaxy S9 vs Apple iPhone X specs – Which phone is more powerful? Unfortunately, comparing an iPhone to an Android phone for performance is a little like comparing apples (ha) to oranges. Especially since iPhones run Apple’s own iOS operating system, which is tailored to take advantage of the hardware. What we do know is that both phones aren’t lacking for performance. The Galaxy S9, as is usual for Samsung, will be available with either the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 or its own Samsung Exynos 9810 chip, depending on where you buy it. In our benchmarking tests, the iPhone X scored 4257 in the single-core test and 10,364 in the multi-core Geekbench 4 test. In the same test, the Exynos-toting Galaxy S9 scored 8424 and 2472. Benchmarking tests are fine for giving an overall view, but real-world performance is far more important. Both phones feel quick in day-to-day use and can handle every single app in their respective app stores. We do, however, feel the iPhone X is reliably smoother. In terms of RAM, the iPhone X is equipped with 3GB, whereas the Galaxy S9 packs in 4GB. iOS and Android handle RAM differently, so a bigger number doesn’t necessarily equate to better performance in this case. Both phones can be bought with either 64GB or 256GB of built-in storage, but the Galaxy S9 sees the return of a microSD slot, which supports cards up to 400GB. This offers a much cheaper way to expand storage if you want to opt for the cheaper model with less built-in storage. Samsung Galaxy S9 vs Apple iPhone X – Price The iPhone X is Apple’s most expensive phone yet. Prices start at £999 for the 64GB model and £1149 for the 256GB option. Prices for the Samsung Galaxy S9, on the other hand, will start at £739 for the 64GB model, undercutting the iPhone X by a considerable margin. It’s quite a jump to the 256GB model, at £869. Samsung Galaxy S9 vs Apple iPhone X – Verdict These are two superb handset that are strong flagships for their respective operating systems. The iPhone X was huge step in the right direction for Apple, and while the S9 is certainly a minor update, it remains a great phone. The S9 wins on price – although both are expensive – and sheer number of features (microSD, headphone jack, USB-C), but we think the iPhone X has the better camera.