If you are a T-Mobile subscriber and happen to own the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, there’s a new T-Mobile-approved feature being introduced today.
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With Black Friday coming up, this is perhaps the best time to buy one of Samsung’s flagship handset from 2018 — the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, or the Galaxy Note 9. The company has heavily discounted its devices in the U.S. for Black Friday making them an absolute steal.
The Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, and Galaxy Note 9 are arguably the best Android devices in the market right now. If you plan on picking any of these devices up this month ahead of Black Friday, you definitely cannot go wrong with them. Check out some of the best deals that you will find for these devices ahead of Black Friday.
At its developer conference in San Francisco where Samsung unveiled its first foldable smartphone and One UI, the company also confirmed that it will release the Pie update for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 in January 2019. The company will also launch an open beta program for Pie for the Galaxy S9 later this month.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is the Korean company’s latest flagship Note device that is filled to the brim with top-notch internals and features. Check out some of the best tips and tricks for the Note 9 in this article.
The Galaxy S9 was an iterative upgrade over the Galaxy S8 with a slightly better camera, display, performance, and battery life. However, the upgrades were simply not good enough as the Galaxy S9 sales failed to meet Samsung’s expectations.
Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 9 in four colors: Ocean Blue, Metallic Copper, Midnight Black, and Lavender Purple. And now a fifth option may be on the way.
When Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 9 earlier this month, it also announced that Fortnite for Android was going to be exclusive to certain Samsung devices for a short period of time. While the game is now available for a majority of flagship Android devices, there’s one benefit that Note 9 still get: an exclusive Galaxy Outfit.
With the Galaxy Note 9 now on sale, the iFixit team has gone ahead and posted a detailed teardown of the handset. The teardown makes it pretty clear that accessing the internals of the Note 9 is as tough as its predecessor, the Note 8.