• Taha Khan

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.


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