The Galaxy Note 9 will be available to preorder on Friday. It compares Galaxy S9 with Apple's iPhone, however with an official introduction of the phone, Samsung has maintained its trend of making the mocking ads and has just replaced S9 with Note 9.
People rely on their smartphones for nearly everything they do - all-day, every day.
And the new model has enough capacity for video games.
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The Note 9 features an updated S Pen and a huge 4,000mAh battery that Samsung says will last users the entire day.
The 128-GB model's price is unchanged from the 64-GB Note 8 price a year ago, despite the doubled storage volume and enhanced S Pen functions supported by Bluetooth technology.
Although the 128-GB model is set at $999.99, up from $929 for the Note 8, Samsung is offering 50 percent off or "buy one and get one free" promotions via American mobile carriers. With Auto Scene Recognition, it can detect up to twenty unique scenes and automatically optimize the photo, depending on the conditions. The result is a stunning, lifelike image with bold colors and dynamic definition.
The camera will also offer a warning if someone blinked in a shot, or if the image is blurry. No matter the lighting conditions, Galaxy Note9's top-tier camera delivers a crystal-clear shot. The 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Infinity Display provides a truly immersive multimedia experience.
Samsung also previewed a new voice-assisted speaker, the Galaxy Home, using its homegrown digital assistant, Bixby. Mobile video has never looked or sounded better than it does on Galaxy Note9. It is reasonable for Samsung not to carry 5G on S10.
On specs alone, the Galaxy Note 9 is worthy every bit of its $1,000 price tag, with a combination of power and performance the likes of which you won't find on another Android phone. The supersonic sensor of the Samsung Galaxy S10 is the company's answer to the iPhone X's facial recognition feature.