Powering through work and play, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 performs all-day

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All-day battery capacity, up to 1TB storage, a smarter S-Pen and an intelligent camera make Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 a power user’s dream when it comes to the latest smartphone tech.

Officially launched on August 24 and fitted with the latest Android (8.0) Oreo operating system, the Galaxy Note 9 is the next evolutionary step for Samsung following the success of the Galaxy Note 8 and S9.

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Apart from a CPU and GPU that are respectively 55% and 23% faster than the Note 8; the 6.4-inch, virtually bezel-less displayed Note 9 is a game-changer in many respects.

For starters, its powerful 4,000mAh battery gives all day power on a single charge. And when your battery is drained, it has fast and advanced wireless charging that gets it back to 100% without you needing to plug it in.

Along with prolonged power comes a built-in 512GB storage, which is expandable by an extra 512GB via a microSD card. This means you have a terabyte of space for when it matters — allowing you to store more and delete less.

Added to this is the low-energy S Pen, which serves as a handy Bluetooth remote control for presenting slides as well as capturing and viewing media.

By connecting your Note9 to Samsung DeX, you can pull up your presentation and then switch slides via the likes of Microsoft Powerpoint using the S Pen.

An attendee holds a Samsung Electronics Co. Galaxy Note 9 S-Pen stylus on a Galaxy Note 9 smartphone during the Samsung Unpacked product launch event in New York. Photographer: Jeenah Moon/Bloomberg

Once your meeting is done, you can also use the stylus to play, pause and navigate through photos in your Gallery or flip through YouTube videos, from up to 10 metres away.

The S-Pen even serves as a handy remote control for taking selfies and group pictures, ensuring you’re always neatly in the frame.

When it comes to its rear 12MP camera, Samsung has built a Dual Aperture lens that intelligently adapts to surrounding light, just like the human eye, by choosing between two f-stop modes.

This helps the Galaxy Note 9 preserve vivid details in daylight and backlit photos. Meanwhile, the device’s HDR capabilities help it take better photos at night as it reduces noise to keep details clear and colours vivid.

It’s not just the rear-camera that’s revolutionary, but the front-facing 8MP camera intelligently detects faces to make sure they’re in focus.

Upon taking your photos or selfies, the Galaxy Note 9 has intelligent, deep-learning based capabilities that include Flaw Detection and Scene Optimizer.

Flaw Detection detects blinks, blurs, smudged lenses and backlighting — thereby notifying you to adjust and reshoot. It’s just like having an intelligent adviser in your pocket.

With the Scene Optmizer, you get the photo you want in the very first shot. Scene Optimizer on the rear camera intelligently detects the subject in frame and then chooses from 20 different modes to enhances the picture to suit your subject.

To top it all off, the Infinity Display’s wide Quad HD+ Super AMOLED screen makes for excellent viewing quality of your photos, videos or mobile games.

At 516 pixels per inch and a resolution of 2960 x 1440px you get high-quality viewing. The iris scanner and sensors at the top of the phone are also hidden away, doing away with visual disruptions.

All the better with which to play your favourite mobile games at the end of the day – whether it be Fortnite or Minecraft. To find out more about pre-ordering the Samsung Note 9, be sure to visit this link.

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