Samsung has just unveiled the Galaxy Note 9 today in Brooklyn New York. The Galaxy Note 9. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was unveiled alongside with Samsung’s smart speaker. The Note 9 has a 6.4inch display screen and is powered by a 4000mAh battery. More so the device is packed with Google Android One 8.1.
Galaxy Note 9 features a dual 12MP primary camera and a secondary 8MP camera. It’s similar to the Galaxy S9 and even similarly powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset as we previously reported from the leaks. Price is also as anticipated starting at $999 for the 6GB RAM and 128GB ROM. The higher version with 512GB internal storage will go for $1250.
More so a new concept has also been introduced with the fingerprint sensor now bottom of the dual camera setup unlike in the Galaxy Note 8. A new “water carbon” cooling system with the Galaxy Note 9 ensures better heat dissipation than its predecessor.
With the Qualcomm X20 modem, the device can top speeds of up to 1.2Gbps on compatible networks. Samsung Dex is also installed meaning you can experience desktop-like features but by only switching to a bigger screen using an HDMI to USB-C adapter. Experience desktop features like multiple tabs, resizing of tabs to your liking and, more so windows like taskbar.
You can use Note 9 screen as a trackpad and a virtual keyboard similar to the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4. You can quickly exit these two modes, however (virtual keyboard &track pad). The S Pen, however, shouldn’t be a new concept if you’ve been following the Galaxy Note series. Of course, an S Pen is available however this time more upgraded and also supports Bluetooth 5.0.
The Stylus pen acts as a remote control to the Galaxy Note 9. The S pen can play or pause music and also control of slides in a slideshow. This time though, the S pen requires power to run. Samsung has enabled super capacitive charging to ensure it charges fast when you stick in back to the Galaxy Note 9. Preorders of the Galaxy Note 9 will start tomorrow on 10th August.
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