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Samsung Finally Launches Galaxy Note 9: Probably The Best in The Market

Well, after countless leaks over the last couple of months, the South Korean Smartphone giant has finally launched the latest Note device in its Galaxy lineup. The phone looks a lot like the last Galaxy Note 8 but has some improvements on the hardware apart from just being a spec bump.

Let’s talk about the hardware improvements first, the Note 9 has a much larger 4000 mAh battery which should help with its endurance.  Alos, after fixing the fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy S9 a few months ago, the fingerprint sensor has also been moved to a place where it is easier to reach.

The S pen on the Note 9 supports Bluetooth and Samsung also announced that it will open up a developer SDK which may bring new features to the S-Pen in future.

Spec wise, the Note 9 is a flagship on all regards, a 6.4-inch display, Snapdragon 845 SoC and 6GB of RAM which is paired with 256 GB storage which can be expanded via MicroSD cards.

The phone will come in 4 colors: Black (with Black S-Pen), Purple (with Purple S-pen), Copper (with Copper S-Pen) and Ocean Blue (Yellow S-Pen).

Thinking of buying the Note 9? You may have to spend a ton this time. The 512GB variant is going to be launched at an almost ridiculous $1250 which is far more expensive than Apple’s iPhone X.

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