The phablet series that redefined phablets, the Note lineup. It’s no wonder that this is the best device in the entire Galaxy lineup.
Getting the best of both worlds, Galaxy Note always had the best design, an array of features, top notch specs, pixel perfect camera and an S-Pen to easily handle the Note. We’re now on the ninth iteration of the Note (technically speaking 8), with Samsung chambering in the Galaxy Note 9 for the market (lost me a word there). Let’s try a Galaxy Note 9 review to see how well it’s put together.
Like the Note lineup of yesteryear, the Note 9 will come with a new design, a glass sandwiched body with a curved display hiding away some of the features which makes this Note not just another Note. The display will be a 2K setup with the same 18.5:9 ratio as before and rumor mill has it that the display will incorporate a fingerprint sensor, although none of the current solutions either imperfect or costly.
Moving on to the back, we might see a new Snapdragon 855 chip paired with 6GB or 8GB of RAM depending on the storage options. The camera will also get a facelift, with an all new 16 Megapixel setup with a 28mm f/1.4 – f/2.4 lens and a 50mm lens, both cameras being optically stabilized.
All in all the Galaxy Note 9 will be in it’s own class standing out from the best which also goes for the price tag starting at $850 for the base version.