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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Review – Bigger and Better Compared To Older Models



Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 is a bigger phone than older Note models in every sense of the word. The handset comes with a larger 6.4” screen, huge 1TB storage, and a hefty 4000mAh battery. Samsung did a great job at improving the camera as well while stereo speakers added a whole new spark to the Galaxy Note phones. If you have been using Note phones already, this one is certainly worth an upgrade. Let’s do a thorough Samsung Galaxy Note 9 review.


Design


As you take your new smartphone out of its box, the very first thing you get to notice is the dense feel the device has to offer. Even though it boasts a slimline design, Galaxy Note 9 is not light, hollow, or plasticky at all.


Overall, it does have a pretty similar look and feel as that of the older Galaxy Note 8, and when the devices are put side-by-side with their screens facing up, they look identical. A closer look will reveal that the finger-print sensor, however, has been repositioned just below the camera lenses. The headphone jack and the slot for SIM / microSD cards stay at the top left corner of the device.


The Galaxy Note 9 also features a nice brushed metal exterior frame, merging almost seamlessly with its Gorilla Glass screen a