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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Hands On: Playing It Safe

09 August 2018

The Note 9 camera uses AI to identify what's in the shot and adjust the lighting and colors accordingly. Note that Samsung says stocks are limited, so you may want to hurry.

The base model Galaxy Note9 comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, and if that doesn't seem enough you can always expand it through the microSD card slot. Once the phone has detected the scene, it optimizes saturation, white balance, brightness and contrast to best suit the scene.

There's no under the display fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy Note9 but the rear-placed one has moved to a more sensible center position under the dual camera module. There are three different ways to interact with the button (press and hold, single tap, double tap), each of which will perform a new action depending on how you customize it. The selfie camera has remained the same 8MP f/1.7 snapper. A supercapacitor now powers the S Pen, and the accessory can reach full charge in 40 seconds after being inserted back into the phone.

The announcement was made at the Samsung Unpacked event in NY, where fans of the popular battle royale game were expecting Fortnite related Android news. It's still largely similar to the Note 8's S Pen, and it works just as well too.

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Mass media obsession "Fortnite" is available on select Samsung Android phones now, but other Android phone owners will have to wait until later this month to download and play the battle royale game on their devices, Epic Games president Tim Sweeney said today from Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked 2018 event. However, the S-Pen's remote-control capabilities won't last long, as the stylus will last for only 30 minutes. The phone also has Samsung's water cooling solution to help dissipate heat from the processor over extended periods to prevent performance drops associated with overheating.

However, not every color version will be available in every market at launch.

Eager customers can pre-order the Galaxy Note 9 starting tonight at midnight (12:01AM EDT). The 512GB variant, meanwhile, will cost €1,249. While the base variant is listed in Mystic Black, Engineered Blue and Artisan Copper colour options, the 512GB variant is expected to be available in Mystic Black and Engineered Blue. Plus, Note 9 and Tab S4 owners will get an exclusive skin. Alternatively, you can get both the headphones and the V-bucks for paying $99 on top of the phone.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Hands On: Playing It Safe