Samsung is about to announce its Galaxy Note 10 phone, the successor to the Galaxy Note 9. Note, a line aimed at power users, is usually the best Samsung has to offer, but depending on what Samsung does – and how much it costs – the Note 9 also benefits from boosting attention Can.
This is a strange year for the note line. While Samsung hopes to showcase a phone with a new and improved design, S Pen stylus and internal specs, the Note 10 is also surrounded by more competition than ever before, with most of it coming from Samsung’s ranks. There are four Galaxy S10 phones, including the 5G variety and the Galaxy Fold, whose screen problems Samsung has now fixed, and are expected to sell in September.
If the Galaxy Note 10 is sufficiently interested in the Note phone, and Samsung, carriers and retailers have reduced the Note 9 price significantly, the 2018 device could pick up additional sales, especially if potential customers who were on the fence, They decide that they will save it by investing a hundred rupees or two in Samsung’s next big thing.
We will report on specs of Samsung’s plans to tamper with us in its Note 10, but the Note 9 was an excellent device in itself. Certainly, we felt that Samsung was holding back a few finer points that turn a phone from good to good or great, but all in all, we can happily use the Note 9 so that everything around Can be navigated from the side (hello, low) Smooth screen) to the conference room or down the memo on the go.
Follow up with Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 announcement. Until then, remind yourself that the Galaxy Note is the reason for the phone’s screen today.
I picked up the Galaxy Note 9, took out the S Pen stylus and started writing on a black screen in digital ink in tart lemon color. It struck me: This phone is more fun than your phone. When I’m using the Note 9, I’m feeling more inspired to write, take accurate screenshots using the tool, take a selfie with the S Pen’s remote shutter, and send to friends Annotate the photo with finesse.
But the Note 9 is not a toy. It comes with a 6.4-inch screen, 4,000 mAh battery, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and either 128 GB or a 512 MB (!!!) onboard storage, plus a microSD card if you want more, more, as hell. Is also powerful !!! .
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Yet the strangest question at the center of all of this, far in your gray case, is this: Is the power and fun value of Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 9 worth your hard-cash $ 1,000? (That’s £ 899 and AU $ 1,499 – or $ 1,250, £ 1,099 and AU $ 1,799 for the 512GB version.) This is the same question Apple fans are asking themselves as the iPhone X made its $ 1,000 debut last year Had hit the mark.
For Android fans who want the best, the answer is “yes”.
The Galaxy Note 9 specs are top-notch. This is an everything phone, which is totally the best you can buy with all things. This will take you through excellent photos, Android updates, and all the jazz over the next two or three years.
And while the price is eye-wateringly higher than last year’s Note 8 (as long as you live in Australia, in which case it costs the same), promotions, prewar savings and future holiday deals Note 9 Can cost up to hundreds, making it suddenly much more “affordable.”
So, is there any reason not to receive the note? correct. For starters, it lacks a fixed “wow” factor. Apart from the extra high battery capacity and double the storage, it is not much different from the Galaxy S9 Plus, or indeed the Galaxy Note 8 before it.
Boners storage is good, but you can also buy a cheaper phone and scoop external memory for much less than the price of the new Note 9 – there are fewer phones with this option, but the Galaxy S9 and S 9 is in plus. And while the Note 9’s battery life will take you from morning to late night on a single charge, is it really worth the price of 300 cuccuccinos? Can you get two hours each day to charge 0 to 100 percent? And 15 minutes extra if you need an emergency top-up?
For the new, cool S Pen stylus of the Note 9 – Bluetooth turns it into a remote control, but it feels compelled to use it in day-to-day life.
We couldn’t find an in-screen fingerprint reader, like what some other Android phones have, or have a 3D front-facing camera like the iPhone X and Oppo Find X ($ 678 at Amazon). And the Note 9 cannot sharply reduce 5G data speeds, whose networks will bubble in 2019. This phone is like getting hold of Samsung for Galaxy S10 next year.
So yes, buy the Galaxy Note 9 if you are upgrading from an old phone today and want the most feature-rich, super-powerful, big-screen Android phone from there. But if your current phone is in good condition and you don’t care about the S Pen stylus for two clicks – then wait. 2018’s iPhones and Google’s Pixel 3 ($ 813 at Walmart) are on their way in not weeks, but weeks, and next spring should help the Galaxy S10 kick off a major revolution with 5G.
Keep reading for the new features of the Note 9, and how it compares to rival phones like the iPhone X. Here are the Galaxy Note 9 specs with the Galaxy S9, S9 Plus and Note 8.
Note 9 highlights
- Battery life is stronger in real-life testing. I will continue to monitor the drain for a long time.
- The new Bluetooth features of the S Pen stylus serve as advertisements.
- As a natural note taker, I like being able to summarize things. I have made a lot of inventory to pin on the lock screen.
- I tested in both blue and purple, and the bold colors of the Note 9 stand out. It is also sold globally in black and metallic copper.
Note 9 Cons
- Without the S Pen falling from the curved edges you will not be able to write or draw on the screen edge.
- The fingerprint reader is very close to the camera array. Why hasn’t Samsung discovered the optimal placement yet?
- The new AI camera tool from Note 9 works more slowly than identifying scenes and optimizing settings for the best shot.
- The Bixby 2.0 has been expanded, but the button to the left of the Note 9 still only maps to the Bixby, as with the Galaxy S8 and newer.
- If you write on the phone screen with the signature color (yellow, purple, or copper) of the S Pen, any notes you save will be saved in that color “ink” on a white background, which can be difficult to read.