The new Samsung Galaxy Note 9
It’s got brutal power, more than any other smartphone has ever had, a yellow S pen and it now comes in metalic copper, the all new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has been revealed in New York and it’s expensive so what do you get for your money?
A big difference with this device apart from the yellow S Pen, is that the new processor and AI technology has helped reduce the drag on the battery, with Samsung now claiming that it can deliver one full day of battery due to a combination of quicker power processing and the introduction of a 4,000mAh battery, the largest ever on a flagship smartphone.
Samsung has also cranked up the storage capability of the Note 9 offering two options internal storage options of 128GB or 512GB. The RRP is $1,499 for the 128GB model and $1,799 for the 512GB model.
There is also the ability to insert a 1TB microSD card.
The new speed and power are possible with the introduction of a new cutting-edge 10nm processor that support fast network speeds of up to 1.2 gigabits per second this technology allows owners to stream and download without slowing down the overall performance of the device.
Improved speeds equal heat and to keep this beast cool Samsung is introducing a Water Carbon Cooling system and on-device AIbased performance algorithm that’s designed to deliver both powerful and stable performance.
“The Note has always been our showcase for premium technology and industry-defining innovation, and Galaxy Note9 is no exception. It’s designed for a level of performance, power and intelligence that today’s power users want and need,” said DJ Koh, President and CEO of IT & Mobile Communications Division, Samsung Electronics.
“Note fans are Samsung’s most loyal; we know they want it all, to get the most out of work and play, and Galaxy Note9 is the only phone that can keep up with their busy lives.” he said.
Locally Garry McGregor, Vice President, Mobile Division, Samsung Electronics Australia, said: “The Galaxy Note9 sets a new benchmark for what Australians should expect from a premium smartphone. It is built on years of innovation, refinement, and listening to our customers to deliver the features they need so they can achieve more in their day.
“Our Galaxy Note customers are among our most loyal and enthusiastic supporters. Each year this smartphone showcases our latest innovations, which is why Note fans continue to stay dedicated to this device.
The big point of difference with any Samsung Not smartphone is the incorporation of the S Pen it’s become a favourite of among power users.
The signature feature of the Note smartphone its how users have made their mark, and how Samsung has expanded the notion of what a smartphone can do. What began as a tool for writing and drawing is now putting more power and control in their hands claim Samsung.
Now with Bluetooth Low-Energy (BLE) support, the new S Pen delivers an entirely new way to use the Note.
With just a click, it’s now possible to take selfies and group pictures, present slides, pause and play video, and more. Developers can even integrate the S Pen’s new, advanced BLE functionalities into their apps later this year.
Another big difference with a premium Not smartphone has always been the camera.
The new Galaxy Note9 builds on Samsung’s strength in developing camera technology for smartphones, with new capabilities that take the work out of getting the perfect picture.
Scene Optimizer: It uses intelligence to identify elements of a photo, such as scene and subject, to automatically classify it into one of 20 categories and instantly optimize it based on the category. The result is a stunning, lifelike image with bold colours and dynamic definition.
Flaw Detection: The first shot doesn’t always come out right, but the Galaxy Note9 lets users know if there’s something wrong, so they can take another picture without losing the moment. An immediate notification will appear if the image is blurry, the subject blinked, there is a smudge on the lens, or there’s backlight impacting the quality of the image.
Premium Camera: With the unique combination of advanced intelligence features and leading premium hardware, Galaxy Note9’s camera is the best on the market. It comes with advanced noise reduction technology, and a Dual Aperture2 lens, which adjusts to light just like the human eye. No matter the lighting conditions, Galaxy Note9’s top-tier camera delivers a crystal-clear shot. The Dual Aperture supports F1.5 mode and F2.4 mode. Dual Aperture is installed on the rear wide-camera.
Another plus with any Galaxy Note is the display screen. Even Apple buys their display screens from Samsung.
The new Infinity display is the cornerstone of Samsung’s design heritage, and Galaxy Note9 has the largest edge-toedge display ever on a Note.
The 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Infinity Display delivers an “immersive multimedia experience” claims Samsung.
Under the bonnet are new stereo speakers, which are tuned by AKG, and can deliver Dolby Atmos immersive audio for a life like experience.
Standard with Note9 is: fast wireless charging, IP68 water and dust resistance4 and Samsung services such as Samsung Health and Samsung Pay. Galaxy Note9 features Samsung’s trusted, defencegrade Knox security platform and biometric security options including fingerprint scanning, iris scanning and facial recognition capabilities to keep important information safe.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note9 is set to release in Australia on August 24, 2018.