Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Is Official: Specifications, Features, Design, & Details

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Now that it features a much bigger 4,000mAh battery, the Galaxy Note 9 has a nice heft to it. The Galaxy Note 9 supports a total of 1TB internal storage, with the top-end model that comes with 512GB of built-in storage and also supports microSD cards of up to the same capacity.

Samsung's latest Galaxy Note has arrived.

The Galaxy Note 9 with 512GB of storage will be carried by AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and U.S. Cellular. Samsung is bundling a free Gear Sport, an extra strap and a wireless charger that worth a total of RM1,531. It can click selfies too, and run you through PowerPoint presentations using the updated, dockless DeX feature. At over 200g, it will be interesting to see how this impacts long-term usage, as we found weight to be a bit of a concern with the Galaxy Note 8 itself. On the front, you get an 8-megapixel (f/1.7) autofocus sensor.

Samsung will release an SDK to open the new S Pen to developers. In the near future, the company will work to add even more support, especially in third-party apps. So, if you're wondering about what the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is all about, head over below for the details. And for the gamers out there, the Note 9 has a water carbon cooling system with a thermal spreader three times larger than that of the Note 8, which should allow for better cooling performance and smoother gaming sessions.

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Fortnite is one of the most popular battle royale games with millions of players out there and now, months after it launched on Apple's iOS platform, it finally arrives on Android too, but with one big caveat: it launches as a beta this week with some sort of Samsung Galaxy exclusivity. The camera is fast and responsive, images look great, and it feels very similar to the S9+'s shooting experience. Instead, for the USA at least, there'll be two colors: Ocean Blue, which is Samsung's de-factor "hero finish", and Lavender Purple.

The Note9's camera gets an AI-powered scene optimizer.

Although the Note 9 comes with several new features, it's far from a gamechanger, according to Werner Goertz, a research director at Gartner who covers personal devices. We'd expect carriers to offer payment plans for those who want the maximum storage and upgraded memory, but don't want to spend the whole amount in one fell swoop.

From August 9 to August 23, Samsung will take pre-orders and offer €100 for trading in an old smartphone.

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