The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 S Pen was officially unveiled in New York on Thursday. The latest phone of the Galaxy Note series packs a huge 4,000 mAh battery and the largest display of the series yet. The Galaxy Note 9 launch comes at a time when Samsung would have needed to hit. From the company’s own admissions, sales of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + have been less than flattering, and all eyes will now be on how it is received by fans.
While “Fair price” “The promise was made by the company, the launch event was not completed a few days ago from completion when the American price of the smartphone revealed on Thursday, the price of the Galaxy Note 9 in India is good news. The smartphone will launch in India at a starting price of Rs. The 67,900, which is similar to its predecessor at launch. smartphone looks to reclaim some market share , which it lost in the country’s premium smartphone segment.
The big difference of Galaxy Note series has always been its support for the S Pen stylus. Over the years, Samsung has added more capabilities in the S-pen, and the direct result of adding Bluetooth support with the Galaxy Note 9 is the biggest change. Yes, S pen now comes with embedded Bluetooth low energy (BLE) module, which makes it more than just stylus; It has been turned into a remote which can be used to control your smartphone.
So, for example, you can use the S pen to control video playback in the YouTube app or move between images in the gallery app. You can also use it to control the presentation, while moving forward and beyond the slides. But such a feature that probably wins the wider appeal, has the ability to use S Pen as a trigger to click on pictures or switch between front and back cameras. We tested this feature on the Galaxy Note 9 on a few hands before launch, and it used to serve as advertising.
In addition to S pen, the second big draw of the Galaxy Note series has been the big screen. At 6.4 inches, the Galaxy Note 9 packs the largest display on a member of this family. Recently in the case of Samsung flagship, ‘Infinity Display’ is very beautiful on Galaxy Note 9, and this is definitely the main features of the smartphone.
Additionally, the average display size of all smartphones has increased in recent years, so the Galaxy Note device no longer maintains the same special appeal. There are many smartphone manufacturers that are not used to venture into the Galaxy Note area with regard to size, but this has not been true for a long time.
This is one of the reasons for which many have questioned the future of the Galaxy Note series, but by giving additional features to the S Pen, Samsung has doubled its commitment to the device at least yet. To further enhance its appeal, Samsung has packed many other features and improvements in the Galaxy Note 9, notably 4,000 mAh batteries, which is 21 percent larger than one of its predecessors.
As far as other specifications are concerned, Snapdragon 845 SoC (2.8GHz + 1.7GHz) in markets like the US, while countries such as India will receive the Exynos 9810 (2.7GHz + 1.7GHz) version. Samsung has announced two types of smartphones – a 6 GB LPDDR4 RAM and 128 GB storage, and another with 8 GB LPDDR4 RAM and 512 GB storage. The built-in storage can be supplemented with a microSD card of 512 GB capacity.
On the back, there is a dual camera setup with OIS on both sensors in Samsung Galaxy Note 9 which we saw on Galaxy Note 8. Wide angle super-speed dual-pixel 12-megapixel (f/1.5-f/2.4) autofocus primary rear camera is connected with the telephoto 12-megapixel (F / 2.4) autofocus secondary camera, which gives you up to 2 x optical zoom and 10x digital zoom. On the front, you have an 8 megapixel (f/1.7) Get the autofocus sensor.
Samsung has packed in many new software features. The new view optimizer of the Camera app can automatically detect up to 20 different types of scenes and apply settings that suit the conditions. Samsung is claiming better HDR and is focusing live in low light conditions.
Perhaps the most interesting thing is that the Galaxy Note 9 has now increased the ‘fault detection’ which is capable of detecting normal conditions that ‘ruin’ an image, such as an incorrect time, image blurs, lens smudges, And even a blinking topic on strong light. We saw a scenario in the Samsung demo where the camera app highlighted that ‘someone may have blinked’ after clicking on an image, so that you can take the latest image, regardless of any other.
With Galaxy Note 9, Samsung is also touting a bunch of Bixby improvements, but it will be interesting to see how many of these will actually be available in India.
In the case of design, the Galaxy Note 9 looks like its predecessor, although it is moderately wider, thicker and heavier than the Galaxy Note 8. We are eager to see how it affects us in day-to-day use, because the weight of galaxy note 8 is highlighted as a problem.