The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is available in several different color options, but in case you wanted yet another color option to choose from, then you might be interested to learn that a render posted onto Slashleaks seems to suggest that a new silver variant of the phone could be in the works.
The Bixby key is present on all Samsung flagship smartphones since the Galaxy S8 came out in 2017. The button summons Samsung’s digital assistant and can’t be remapped to do anything else if you don’t use Bixby. While it was previously possible to completely disable Bixby on the device so that a button press wouldn’t achieve anything, that hasn’t been possible on the Galaxy Note 9. However, it seems like […]
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 ReviewEditor's Pick
Like clockwork, Samsung releases its Galaxy Note 9 to push the envelope of the whole Galaxy Series 9 for the remainder of 2018. The Galaxy Note continues to be the company’s technologically leading smartphone with an emphasis on things that require more power and battery: productivity, creativity, multimedia and even games/VR.
When it comes to comparing phones against each other, it’s hard to leave Apple’s iPhones out of the equation. This is because many often rightfully wonder how Apple’s expensive iPhones hold up against more affordable Android options. For those wondering about the recently launched Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and how it fares against the iPhone X, wonder no more.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 does not come cheap and seems to be part of today’s flagship phones which are priced at the $1,000 mark. This means that if you were hoping to get more than one unit, maybe one for yourself and the other for your friend or partner, it’s going to cost a pretty penny.
When it comes to smartphones, the difference in price between the models with more memory tend to be rather expensive. Take for example the iPhone X in which the price jump from 64GB to 256GB is $150, when in reality if the iPhone had supported microSD cards, that cost would be considerably lower.
A lot of flagship smartphones these days are designed to look pretty. Granted a lot of companies like to tout the use of Gorilla Glass for their displays, and also water and dust resistance, but let’s face it, these phones weren’t exactly designed to be roughed up. However there is a certain level of durability that one probably expects, which unfortunately the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has failed at.
Just like Apple, whenever Samsung would launch a new flagship phone, it was almost a given that it would be a resounding success. However just like Apple, in the recent times Samsung hasn’t had the same levels of success, where reports claim that sales of the Galaxy S9 were at its lowest the company has seen since the Galaxy S3.
One of the rumors leading up to the official announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was that Samsung could have a new wireless charger in the works for the phone and other Samsung devices. The Note 9 has since been launched and if you’re interested in the wireless charger as well, it looks like you will be able to get your hands on it as well.
It has been about two years since Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 7 which ended in disaster for the company, which for those unfamiliar was due to the fact that the Note 7 was shipped out with batteries that were prone to exploding due to certain factors. Samsung has since moved on and apologized for the situation have successfully launched multiple flagships since.
We’re sure that many were pretty impressed with what Samsung had in store for us when they officially announced the Galaxy Note 9. If it was good enough to impress you to the point where you would buy it, then you’ll be pleased to learn that the handset is now available for pre-order from carriers or directly through Samsung.
In our hands-on review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, we pointed out how like Samsung other flagship phones in the past, the Note 9 is packing a beautiful display. The good news for those who are eyeing the handset is that it looks like watching Netflix on it will be a fantastic experience, namely because of how Netflix can be watched in HD and HDR on the handset.
Samsung has officially unveiled the Galaxy Note 9 at an event in New York City. The leaks keep on coming, though. The latest reveals the Sprint Galaxy Note 9 pre-order incentives. Samsung and its partners routinely offer incentives to customers who pre-order its latest flagship devices so it’s not a surprise to see that they’re doing this for the Galaxy Note 9 as well.
There has been absolutely no shortage of Galaxy Note 9 leaks and even though the official event is due to take place tomorrow, it appears that we’ll continue to see more right up till the launch day. A new live image has surfaced online from China today which shows off the Galaxy Note 9 in blue.