The newly launched Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is the culmination of years of efforts by Samsung in making the best smartphone in the world. The snazzy design, top-of-the-line internals and the upgraded S-Pen makes it one of the best mobile handsets out there. But if you need some more motivation and reason to shell out that kind of money, here are 5 reasons why we think the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is absolutely worth its price!
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The S-Pen has been an integral part of the flagship experience of the Note series ever since its inception. This year, the S-Pen has literally been upgraded to the next level. In almost the same size as its predecessor, Samsung has managed to add Bluetooth (BLE) to the S-Pen making it usable as a remote control for the phone. This means that apart from using it for conventional functions (like Screen Off memo, Smart Select, Translation), you can also use it to click pictures, control music and presentations or launch any app you like. And before you start thinking about how cumbersome it’ll be to charge the S-Pen, let me break it to you that it won’t. It will charge while it’s docked inside the phone and will deliver a standby time of 30 minutes on a cool 40-second charge.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is arguably the most powerful phone in the galaxy of smartphones right now. The top-of-the-line octa-core Exynos 9810 has clock speeds of upto 2.8 GHz which provides a blazing fast response to all your inputs. It is further backed by 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 128GB or a whopping 512GB of internal storage respectively. This internal storage can further be expanded upto 1TB via a microSD card. And since it’s Samsung we’re talking about, rest assured of having an excellent display for all your visual needs. The QuadHD 6.4-inch sAMOLED panel is most probably the best display on a smartphone yet with its deep blacks, popping colours and more-than-adequate brightness. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 also gets AKG-tuned stereo speakers for an immersive media-watching experience.
Massive (and a Safe) Battery
After the Samsung Galxy Note 7 fiasco, Samsung had a hard time trying to pack a bigger battery in the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. In fact, its battery was smaller than the Samsung Galaxy S8+ even though it had a bigger and a brighter screen. But fortunately, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 comes packed with a massive 4,000mAh battery that is sure to carry you from dawn to dusk and beyond. And if you ever run out of battery, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s compatibility with fast wired & wireless charging will charge your phone back to health in no time.
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Samsung Dex is Note 9's unsung hero that you most definitely won’t find on any other phone of its standard. With a simple USB-C to HDMI dongle (that is provided by Samsung), one can plug the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to a desktop or a monitor to enjoy a full desktop PC experience. If required, you can also attach a bluetooth keyboard and mouse to take that experience a notch higher. If you don't have a mouse to attach, you can also utilize the screen of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 as a four-region touchpad to navigate on the Dex system. The Dex UI can open multiple resizable windows and perfectly suit your multitasking needs on-the-go.
Samsung has been the forerunner in smartphone cameras for a pretty long time now. The Galaxy S line-up has redefined and innovated the smartphone camera like no other brand. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is another effort in the same league which brings in a dual camera setup comprising of a wide-angle 12-megapixel sensor and a telephoto 12-megapixel sensor. The wide-angle sensor is capable of dabbling between f/1.5 and f/2.4 aperture for better photography during the day and night. While the telephoto sensor allows for 2x lossless zoom and 10x digital zoom, both sensors support OIS for blur-free shots. Samsung now also offers AI scene detection that will automatically pick up the best settings for a particular scene. Another meaningful addition is the defect detection feature that will warn you if the photo you took is blurry or the subject in the photo had his eyes shut. Overall, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 camera seems to be a promising marriage of excellent optics and meaningful software which is tout to deliver sublime results.
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