Samsung unveiled its much-anticipated Galaxy Note9 Thursday at its Unpacked event in New York City. The company made several other announcements as well, as it presented its vision for a seamlessly connected world.
“We are creating a galaxy of experiences that span not just devices and locations but platforms and brands,” said DJ Koh, CEO of Samsung Electronics, at the event. These experiences are “built on a foundation of intelligence that learns, adopts and anticipates — not to control your choices but to enhance human capabilities and expand human possibilities.”
Samsung will share more information at the Samsung developers’ conference to be held in San Francisco in November.
The Galaxy Note9
The Galaxy Note9 has a 6.4 inch screen with an end-to-end display, meaning there is no bezel.
It has a 4,000mAh battery, the largest ever on a Note, which lasts all day, according to Samsung.
The Note9 comes in 2 versions, one with 128 GB of storage and 6 GB of RAM, and one with 512 GB of storage and 8 GB of RAM. Both have a microSD card slot. With Samsung’s upcoming 512-GB card, the 512-GB Note9 will have 1 TB of storage capacity.
The phone’s 10nm processor supports network speeds of up to 1.2Gbps.
Its fingerprint scanner is located on the back below the camera.
The Note9’s intelligent camera adapts to ambient light. A super speed dual image sensor lets it offer super slow-motion. The camera automatically notifies users when it detects a flaw in a photo so they can take another shot. It also uses scene recognition to identify different subjects and optimize their color tone.
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