The advent of Samsung Galaxy Note was one of the biggest steps towards what phones should be. Back in 2011, Samsung released the first-ever phablet. Creating something out of the ordinary, Samsung incorporated the latest tech with its Samsung Galaxy Note series and offered their users something different. A new S Pen, a better processor and RAM options, as well as better battery life, cemented the Note series’ reputation for packing a punch.
Since then, Samsung has continued their focus on these differentiating factors and has slowly iterated their S Pen with every release. The Note series’ iconic S Pen has continued to grow and is at present at its best with the launch of the newest Note, Note 9.
The newest Note, launched recently, comes packed with features. Undeniably the best phone created by Samsung, the Note 9 moves away from the usual large to hold experience and manages to make the experience much more comfortable. Despite being over 6 inches, this phone hardly feels large at all.
Keeping in line with the standards set by Note 8, Note 9 maintains the earphone jack allowing you to pick and choose whichever earphone you please. Apart from this, the heart-rate monitor and the design stay similar to its S series model.
This Note model comes with the iconic curved glass that we first saw on Note Edge. No more a gimmick, the curved glass on Note phones have made these phones shrink in size and have made the phones more comfortable than before. Apart from contributing to the aesthetic design of the phone, the curved edge makes for a better display. The Galaxy Note 9 is one of the highest rated smartphones to be tested by Display Mate. Note 9 packs record-high Absolute Color Accuracy, which is visually indistinguishable from perfect.
With many new and different innovations, Samsung has yet again created a smartphone which is in a league of its own.
Check out this infographic that walks you through the evolution of the Samsung Galaxy Note series: