Samsung has once again managed to set the smartphone display bar higher with the Galaxy Note 9. While the company made modest improvements with the Galaxy S9’s OLED panel earlier this year, it has raised the bar significantly higher with the 6.4-inch QHD+ panel on the Note 9.
The Android 9.0 Pie has broken the fast charging functionality on the original Pixel XL. There are numerous reports from original Pixel XL owners on various online forums about fast charging being broken on their device.
When Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 9 last week, it highlighted the fact that it came with a water carbon cooling system. The Korean company did not provide any details about the cooling system though as to how it was better than the cooling system on Galaxy S9 or Note 8.
Just a few days after Google launched Android 9 Pie into the public, HTC is already stepping up to confirm which of its own devices will be getting the new software.
Yesterday, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 9, its biggest and most powerful Note handset yet. The Note 9 in many ways embodies what a Note device truly stands for: a big bad-ass smartphone filled to the brim with top-notch features. While the Note 9 itself is pretty impressive, the S Pen is even more impressive this time around.
The Google Pixel 3 XL is starting to get even more attention from the rumor mill, which certainly makes sense as we march ever closer to its expected launch date later this year.
Samsung yesterday unveiled the Galaxy Note 9 and immediately started taking pre-orders for the handset in most markets of the world. In most parts of the world, Samsung is bundling a $299 AKG wireless headphones with the Note 9, though it is also offering a Fortnite bundle in some regions where users will get $150 worth of goodies for free in Fortnite. In Singapore though, Samsung has the best pre-order offer for the Note 9.
Although Epic Games has tried to keep it under wraps, Fortnite’s arrival on Android was never really a secret. Thanks to a flurry of leaks, it was discovered a week ago that the app wouldn’t make its way to the Google Play Store. With the Galaxy Note 9 going official today, the company has announced its partnership with Epic Games and made the game immediately available for users of Samsung devices.
Rumors had been swirling for awhile that Samsung was planning on unveiling a new smartwatch, which would feature a rebranding and maybe even a change of operating system.