The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is the Korean company’s latest flagship Note device that is filled to the brim with top-notch internals and features. Check out some of the best tips and tricks for the Note 9 in this article.
Galaxy Note 9
The Galaxy S9 was an iterative upgrade over the Galaxy S8 with a slightly better camera, display, performance, and battery life. However, the upgrades were simply not good enough as the Galaxy S9 sales failed to meet Samsung’s expectations.
Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 9 in four colors: Ocean Blue, Metallic Copper, Midnight Black, and Lavender Purple. And now a fifth option may be on the way.
When Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 9 earlier this month, it also announced that Fortnite for Android was going to be exclusive to certain Samsung devices for a short period of time. While the game is now available for a majority of flagship Android devices, there’s one benefit that Note 9 still get: an exclusive Galaxy Outfit.
With the Galaxy Note 9 now on sale, the iFixit team has gone ahead and posted a detailed teardown of the handset. The teardown makes it pretty clear that accessing the internals of the Note 9 is as tough as its predecessor, the Note 8.
Samsung’s latest Note, the Galaxy Note 9, is all set to go on sale in most parts of the world from next week. While the Note 9 might seem an iterative upgrade over the Note 8 and shares the same internals as the Galaxy S9+, Samsung has made a few key improvements that make it an interesting device to own.
Samsung’s latest and biggest Note, the Galaxy Note 9, will go on sale in most parts of the world from next week. The handset is an iterative upgrade over the Note 8 featuring an improved dual-camera setup, better performance and storage, and improved battery life and S-Pen. And just like the previous Note and Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S lineup, the Note 9 is also IP68 certified.
Samsung has once again managed to set the smartphone display bar higher with the Galaxy Note 9. While the company made modest improvements with the Galaxy S9’s OLED panel earlier this year, it has raised the bar significantly higher with the 6.4-inch QHD+ panel on the Note 9.
When Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 9 last week, it highlighted the fact that it came with a water carbon cooling system. The Korean company did not provide any details about the cooling system though as to how it was better than the cooling system on Galaxy S9 or Note 8.
Yesterday, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 9, its biggest and most powerful Note handset yet. The Note 9 in many ways embodies what a Note device truly stands for: a big bad-ass smartphone filled to the brim with top-notch features. While the Note 9 itself is pretty impressive, the S Pen is even more impressive this time around.