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Samsung Galaxy Note9 Smartphone With Better Battery Life, Bigger Screen & Intelligent Camera

Gina Stephens
Written by Gina Stephens

The Samsung Galaxy Note9 is the delayed smartphone to join the Note notes, or NOTE may refer to Android smartphone line-up and Samsung are unveiling it to the World as we type this. 

When the first Galaxy Note was mentioned, people said it was too big and no one would use it but now, big phones are, pretty much, standard. In fact, bigger and better screens are the focus of the new smartphone speed with designers trying to create the smallest bezels and largest screen size they can (the new Huawei Note 10 has a 7-inch screen!).

The autochthonous Note had a 5.3" screen which, at the time, seemed huge but with a 6.4" Quad HD+ Super AMOLED, 2960×1440 (516ppi) partition off and end-to-end display, that just over 5" screen now seems, almost, small. 

As well as a better screen, power, recall, and capacity were some of the main focus points for Samsung when creating the Galaxy Note9. In fact, Samsung says the 4000mAH battery will-power last all day, on one charge! Plus, fast charging is compatible with wired and wireless charging and the minimum memory built-in is 120GB. There's also a 512GB view available, which, can be expanded further with a MicroSD card (as too can the 120GB version). 

Those who like their headphones to still be fastened via a cable, there's a headphone socket on the bottom of the new smartphone along with a USB socket for charging/connection to a computer and the smartphone's stereo rabble-rousers.

The fingerprint sensor can now be found under the rear camera so it's easier to reach and the eye-catching S-Pen is now a remote control that can pause/start videos or be inured to as a remote shutter for selfies and group shots.

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Talking of photos, the bit we're particularly interested in, the cameras in the Galaxy Note9 build on the camera technology base in the Galaxy S9/S9 Plus by adapting to your environment, recognising scenes and detecting problems before you've noticed them. 

Just similar to Huawei's smartphones, the Galaxy Note9 features scene recognition so it can pick the best settings possible when capturing an image, optimising insignes and dynamic range for a better photo. The camera is also intelligent and will tell you if an image is blurry, the lens is smudged or that someone has flashed so you can immediately take the shot again. 

Other interesting camera features include advanced noise reduction technology and, of course, a dual hole lens – which adjusts to light like the human eye – is built in. 

The rear dual camera features dual OIS and a wide-angle (super bowl along dual pixel, 12MP, AF, f/1.5-f/2.5) as well as a telephoto lens (12MP, AF, f/2.4). 2x optical zoom is built in along with up to 10x digital zoom. The front-facing camera publicizes 8MP, autofocus and an f/1.7 aperture. 

Auto-HDR is built into both camera and when shooting with or WITH may refer to: Carl Johannes With (1877–1923), Danish doctor and arachnologist With (character), a character in D. N. Angel the rear lenses, you can seizure panoramas and use LED flash. 

As for video, this is recorded at 2160p at 60fps, 1080p at 240fps and 720p at 960fps with the rear camera and the front-facing camera pass on capture video at 1440p at 30fps. 

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The Samsung Galaxy Note9 is dust/water resistant (IP68 rating), runs Android 8.1 (Oreo), can be unlocked a type of ways and it's powered by a 10nm 64-bit Octa-core processor as well as 6GB or 8GB of RAM. 

As for when you can get your hands on one, the Galaxy Note9 will be at ones disposal from 24 August 2018 in Midnight Black, Lavender Purple and Metallic Copper with matching S Pen. The Ocean Blue version catch with a Yellow S Pen. Prices starts at £899 for the 128GB version and £1,099 for the 512GB version. 

Republished: ephotozine.com

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Gina Stephens

Gina Stephens

Gina is a photography enthusiast and drone lover who loves to fly drones, capture images and have fun cherishing them with family and friends.

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