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The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is a bigger and a bit larger, it's a little bit more colorful than other Samsung product, and a little more powerful than all other Note phones, but do not forget its expensive.
According to Daynamic Tech review it's one of the phones that grabs attention a year ago, 6.4-inch in size and a  Super AMOLED display, with 4,000mAh battery size which seems a bit larger for all-day performance, and up to 512GB of internal storage and 8GB of RAM.

It's capable of 512GB microSD card (which Samsung will obviously sell you happily), and you can have the first mainstream 1Tera Byte phone in your hands. That's even bigger than a lot of laptops you would come across.

A little Good news about it – the Samsung Note 9 doesn’t any feel any bigger though, than the 2017 version that's the 6.3-inch Note 8, and it has a few changes than last year’s 5.8-inch Galaxy S9 and 6.2-inch Galaxy S9 Plus features, including camera specs. It currently takes the best photos on a Samsung phone at the moment, only a bit lower than the newer Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL in our tests.

The camera here is obviously better than the Note 8, with a dual 12MP rear setup that has dual-aperture technology, and can record pictures with Super Slow Mode videos. There are features like stereo speakers, and the less-than-impressive AR Emoji mode is back with some finer avatar customizations. Rest assured, AR Emoji will still look nothing like you.


Exclusive features to the Note 9 camera are automatic scene optimizer and flaw detection features that enhance photos (though, Samsung has a habit of rolling these features out to older phones as time goes on, so hang tight if you have an S9 or S9 Plus).

The S Pen is as yet a helpful device for scribbling down notes, yet it presently has Bluetooth for remote-controlled alternate ways that are adaptable (not normal for the irritating Bixby catch that you can't kill any longer). Need to posture for a photograph 30 feet away? This S Pen can enable you to do that and then some. It works incredible, however, you may experience difficulty finding a spot to rest your valuable and costly Note 9 for full-body previews. We wound up with a lot of shots at awful camera edges, so it's a smart thought on paper, yet doesn't generally work out like we previously imagined.

Awful news – the value feels a lot greater. Prepare to pay iPhone XS-level costs for the passage level 128GB and 6GB model. Ouch. It's intended for power clients, as per Samsung – the physical size, stockpiling size, cost, and battery limit all disclose to us that. It sees Note 9 purchasers as individuals who invest a great deal of energy in their telephone and need the most elite – they purchase the best AV recipient, the best TV, etc.

Note 9 is our best cell phone proposal – that is, on the off chance that you need to possess a mammoth, highlight-filled telephone with a stylus and despise setting aside extra cash. Progressing Samsung Galaxy Note 8 bargains are the greatest risk to this redesign, incidentally, is tied in with pulling out all the stops in an assortment of little ways.

Look at our hands-on record beneath to see the Galaxy Note 9 in real life:

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 discharge date and cost

The discharge date was August 24, with an iPhone XS-like beginning cost


The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 discharged on Friday, August 24, sooner than anybody had expected a year earlier. Note 8 turned out on September 15 in the US and UK a year ago (September 22 in Australia and the Middle East).

Why the early Note 9 discharge date? The hypothesis is that Samsung needed to surge it out to beat the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max that Apple declared on September 12.

Discussing Samsung's main challenge, the Note 9 cost more than its rivals or that of Apple's lead handsets, instead of undermining it as we'd trusted from an Android telephone.

In Australia you can likewise get the Note 9 from the nation's greatest telcos, with Vodafone, Telstra and Optus each offering various information substantial plans – we've risked looking at Australia's best Samsung Galaxy Note 9 pre-arrange bargains.

Note 9 hues in the US are Ocean Blue with a yellow S Pen (it likewise writes in yellow for a definitive shading complexity) and Lavender Purple with a purple pen (which writes in purple computerized ink). In the UK it's accessible in those two hues in addition to Midnight Black, while the hues for Australia have been affirmed as Ocean Blue and Midnight Black. Different areas may get a Copper shading, we were told by Samsung – hues are locale subordinate.


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