Samsung Galaxy Note 9 v Galaxy Note 8
Galaxy Note 9 unveiled by Samsung at the start of the month with this updated phablet offering some supercharged internals
However, the phablet retains an incredible resemblance to its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 8,
But Express.co.uk has brought 9 to the table and whether or not It is worth paying the extra money over the grade 8.
You would be forgiven for mistaking the grade 9 for its older sibling at first glance – the two devices share an aluminum frame sandwiched by two panels of glass.
But there are some minor chan The new phablet features a 6.4-inch screen while the Note 8 comes in at 6.3-inches.
Panels on both phones look stunning with Samsung's Super AMOLED technology working wonders.
Colors on both devices are clear and blacks, in particular, appear extremely deep.
Other than the visibly notable difference on the Note 9 addresses complaints fans had with its predecessor.
The fingerprint sensor has now been attached to the camera sensor rather than sitting next to it.
It's worth noting that, before you buy either device, these are big phones
The Galaxy Note 9 has a new position for the fingerprint scanner
At the Unveiling of the Galaxy Note 9, Samsung was not shaking about the brand new internals of the phablet as a reason to pick it up.
The Galaxy Note 9 comes with a Snapdragon 845 processor.
Both first appeared in the Galaxy S9 and S9 + when they were launched back in March.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy Note 8 features a last-generation Exynos 8895 chip or a Snapdragon 835 depending on which region it is purchased in.
Although the processors present in the newer Note 9 are faster and more efficient.
While opening applications and browsing the internet may be a snappier experience on the Note 9, both phablets are incredibly speedy and extremely capable.
The Note 9 comes in two varieties; One features 6GB of RAM while another comes with 8GB.
The Note 8 touts 6GB of RAM so it.
Greater amounts of memory may be minimized
Overall, both of them are blistering fast with the Note 9 having a slight edge over the older hardware, thanks to its refined processor and larger amounts of RAM in its more expensive model.
The 4,000mAh pack inside the new phablet promises all-day battery life for the most intense of users.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 9
The Galaxy Note 9 introduces radical changes to the S Pen accessory that has become incredibly popular with Samsung fans.
The S Pen in the newest version of
In addition to allowing the user to take photos remotely from the accessory itself, note 9 owners are also able to control music playback and
And the Note 9 is making use of Samsung DeX cheaper and more simple than ever.
Instead of using the PC-like features, all Note 9 owners need a USB-to-HDMI cable to take advantage of the
The Galaxy Note 9 looks very similar to the Note 8
The Note 9 takes its camera system from the Galaxy S9 + but refines it with the help of artificial intelligence.
This means the phablet has the "Dual Aperture" system that allows the camera to open and close based
The camera is ready to detect flaws in any images that are taken and will prompt users to re-take shots in certain instances.
The Note 9 gets a refreshed camera
The new camera addition pictures are more likely to be better than other Samsung devices.
But the Note 8 is no slouch in the camera department either.
In fact, when Express.co.uk reviewed the Note 8 last, the Phillips Lacks the Dual Aperture system and AI features in it's successor, the two sensors are very capable of taking stunning photos
So the newer note 9 trumps the grade 8 in the camera department's difference in clarity.
The new S Pen now includes Bluetooth technology
The Galaxy Note 9 is one of the most capable Android phones around, but those wanting one wants to pay up.
Samsung's latest phablet comes in two models; 512GB of storage and 8GB of RAM that retails for £ 1,099.
Meanwhile, Samsung is currently selling the 8th grade for a discounted price of £ 769.
However, Amazon is currently selling the 8th grade for £ 558 through a third-party distributor.
And while the Note 9 boasts impressive functionality.
Want to know more about the Galaxy Note 9 ? You can read our full Galaxy Note 9 review here.