Best Samsung smartphone ever!? Galaxy Note 9

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Best Samsung smartphone ever!?

Big screen, bigger battery

Release date: August 2018 | Weight: 205g | Dimensions: 162 x 76.4 x 9mm | OS: Android 8.1 | RAM: 6/8GB | Storage: 128/512GB (up to 1TB with card) | Battery: 4,000mAh | Rear camera: Dual 12MP | Front camera: 8MP

 Pro – Improved battery life
 Pro – Gorgeous display
 Cons – Very expensive

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 isn’t just one of the best Samsung phones you can buy today, it’s one of the best phones, period. It’s an expensive device, sure, but with more than double the starting storage of the iPhone X at around the same starting price. It actually comes out to be a better deal over Apple’s offering.

Its key selling point this time around is the unique S-Pen, which no longer requires a charge. Not only will you be able to do normal stylus-like things with the new S-Pen, you’ll also be able to use it to take selfies remotely, giving you shots you otherwise would be incapable of getting.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is also one of the best camera phones in Samsung’s lineup, with a camera that easily outshines the competition.

That’s on top of the improved cooling and battery life, which will see this jumbo device last you through most of the day without burning a hole through your pocket – even if the price does.

Verdict

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is the best smartphone that money can buy. Unfortunately, it’s going to take all of your money to buy it (or at least more than you’re likely budgeting for a smartphone purchase this year).

The iPhone X drove prices to this level, and we complained then, too. When Samsung told us that the ideal user for the Note is someone who wants to own the best AV receiver, Best TV, and so forth, they may have left out the best airplane, the best yacht, and the best sports car.

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Samsung is at least giving you more ‘big’ for your money, and it’s the best in most categories. The chief selling point for upgraders is the battery life – its 4,000mAh capacity is 21% larger than the Note 8 battery – and its much brighter, slightly bigger 6.4-inch curved screen, which will wow you, even in direct sunlight.

The Bluetooth S Pen has new remote-controlled tricks that are fun, the maximum 1TB storage size is unbeatable, and the AI-enhanced camera marginally improves image quality over the Galaxy S9 Plus. The Note 9 offers a lot to like – and a price hike to utterly dislike.

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Source: techradar

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