While the improvements to the Galaxy Note 9 over its predecessor weren’t nearly as flashy as some Samsung fans might have hoped they would be, there’s no denying that the Note 9 is a bonafide upgrade. More storage, faster CPU, smarter S Pen, and perhaps most importantly of all, a bigger battery. Any time consumers are polled about their most wanted features for an upcoming smartphone, better battery life is always near the top.
As our own Zach Epstein pointed out in his review, the Note 9 has the best battery life of any Android flagship phone he’s ever tested. In case you thought he might be exaggerating, we’ve rounded up a couple of comprehensive [...]
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is now available for pre-order and that means some sweet deals to go along with it. Both Verizon and Sprint are offering some great discounts when you pre-order the Note 9.
Samsung has introduced the Galaxy Note 9, but rumors have spread it may be the last of its kind due to its similarity with the Galaxy S9 Plus. We spoke to Samsung about the productivity device’s future.
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Spending $1000 on a smartphone is something we’d all probably have balked at just five years ago. How times have changed.
The Galaxy Note9 is Samsung’s first mainstream handset to crest the magical four-digit mark, and I sincerely doubt it will be the last. Thousand dollar phones are the new normal, and for all that is excellent about the newest Note, that we’ve reached this point still seems fairly inevitable. Last year’s Note8 was $930, this year’s is $70 more than that – and it’s easy to see why: The Note9 starts at 128GB of storage and 6GB of RAM, and packs in a larger 4000mAh battery. Read More