Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s review after using 3 days

I’ve been using Galaxy Note 9 Midnight Black since it was announced. I’ve carried it in my pocket and using as primary phone all three day. And thankfully, as I’ve relied on it, it’s been a rock-solid phone the entire time.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is a little bigger, a little more colorful, and a little more powerful than Note 8 phone.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is the biggest Android phone that will grab your attention in 2018, with a sizeable 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display, a huge 4,000mAh battery for all-day performance, and up to 512GB of storage and 8GB of RAM.

the Note 9 doesn’t actually feel any bigger than last year’s 6.3-inch Note 8, and it inherits a bunch of this year’s 5.8-inch Galaxy S9 and 6.8-inch Galaxy S9 Plus features.

The camera is better, with a dual 12MP rear setup that has dual-aperture technology, and can record Super Slow Mo videos. AR Emoji is back with some finer avatar customizations, but rest assured, your avi will still look nothing like you, according to our early tests.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Camera Specifications & Review

The S Pen now has Bluetooth for remote-controlled shortcuts that, unlike the Bixby button, are customizable. Want to pose for a photo 30 feet away? This S Pen can help you do that and more. The S Pen does need to be charged, but Samsung claims 40 seconds of charge time will net you 30 minutes of standby battery.

We’ll have to test how long a full charge lasts in our full Note 9 review, but we can already tell that keeping the S Pen topped up will be much easier than charging the iPad Pro’s Apple Pencil.

Samsung wants to rush out the Note 9 to beat the iPhone 11 and iPhone 9 announcement expected for early September.

It’s no surprise that Samsung, among top manufacturers, is the first to produce a 1TB-ready smartphone, a capacity that rivals that of most laptops people buy today. Samsung makes both the internal 512GB flash drive and a variety of 512GB microSD memory cards.

The Note 9 battery capacity has also been unshackled, breaking through the 4,000mAh ceiling.

Samsung is finally comfortable enough to give us a larger battery following the Note 7 recall, and it promises that its eight-point safety check will mean no repeat of the fires we saw two years ago.

Samsung’s Super AMOLED display doesn’t need to change to look great. It’s consistently the best smartphone screen in the world until the next Samsung phone launches, every year.

Samsung is carrying over its camera prowess to the Note 9, with low-light defeating and telephoto-zooming camera lenses on the back.

The S9 Plus gave us a good idea of what to expect, but Samsung is promising even higher photo quality from the Note 9.

The dual 12MP rear camera uses dual aperture technology to switch between an f/1.5 aperture for low-light photography and an f/2.4 aperture for normal lighting conditions.

The secondary rear camera allows for a 2x optical zoom, giving you sharp telephoto snapshots for when you’re standing too far away. The aperture here is always set at f/2.4.

The Note 9’s front-facing camera does selfies at 8MP and includes autofocus, a first for a Note phone. Samsung fills its camera app with an endless number of mode options.

The Galaxy Note 9 uses two processors, depending on the region where it is going to be sold. In the US and many European countries, Samsung will sell the Galaxy Note 9 that will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. This is a chip with 8-cores and the top speed of up to 2.7GHz. But in India and South Korea, along with a few other Asian and European countries, Samsung will sell the Note 9 powered by its own Exynos 9810 processor.

the Galaxy Note 9 comes with Android Oreo. Not that you’d notice, as Samsung puts its own spin on Android. It missed the Android 9 Pie launch this week but upcoming month Note 9 get definitely update of Android Pie.

Upcoming days we will share more experience of Note 9. If you have any problem then ask in the comment box.  We can solve your problem. If you liked this post share it on social (Facebook, Twitter, GooglePlus) media and consider checking out our other blog posts to stay updated with the latest Tech Content!

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