The Samsung Galaxy Note9 made an eloquent debut on August 9th, 2018, at Samsung’s Unpacked event in New York, and ensured that it would have millions of people waiting eagerly to pre-order the Samsung Note9 on its commercial release date—August 24th, 2018. In fact, there will be others who will bid their time to make the most of the various offers on the Samsung Note9.
The Samsung Galaxy Note9 is the bigger, better version of its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Note8. Though Samsung Note8 is an amazing phone, the Samsung Galaxy Note9 is in a league of its own. If you wish to upgrade from your Samsung Note8 and are still contemplating whether to buy the new Samsung Galaxy Note9 or not, here are some interesting things about the newly released Note9 that might help you make the right choice.
Bigger display: The Galaxy Note9 has a bigger display than its predecessor; the Note8’s screen is 6.3 inches, whereas, the new Samsung Galaxy Note9 has a 6.4-inch display. Each of these phones has the Infinity Display, but the Note9 has the ability to reproduce 224 percent of the sRGB color gamut than the Note8’s 204 percent. Moreover, the Samsung Galaxy Note9 is easier to hold as it has a more flat and rounded body than Note8. Though these phones appear similar, referring to the reviews of Samsung Note9’s where its specs are discussed in details will give you a fair idea.
Smarter cameras: The dual rear cameras came into Samsung’s flagship models with the Note8, but the Samsung Galaxy Note9 allows its user to make the most of an even powerful camera. The Samsung Galaxy Note9 is equipped with 12-megapixel rear cameras that boast of Scene Optimization feature which is exclusive to the new phone and wasn’t a part of the Note8. Moreover, the Note9’s powerful cameras have the ability to recognize 20 types of scenes and you can adjust the different camera settings that will ensure you get the best shot.
Price: The Samsung Galaxy Note9 is more expensive than its predecessor; the Note8 was priced at approximately $930 during its release, whereas, the price of the new Samsung Galaxy Note9 was approximately $1,000 during its released date. This difference in the prices of both these phones are justified by the ample storage space (varies as per the Galaxy Note9 models), the savvy yellow S pen, and a plethora of functions that are innate to the Samsung Galaxy Note9.
Better battery life: A phone’s battery life is a determining factor when one decides to invest in a new phone. The Samsung Galaxy Note9 is powered by a monster, 4000 mAh battery, whereas, the Note8 had a smaller 3,300 mAh battery.
You can go through the various reviews on the Samsung Note9 to make an informed decision.