Comcast has announced that Xfinity Mobile customers can pre-order the Samsung Galaxy Note9 in Ocean Blue with a Yellow S Pen and Lavender Purple with matching S Pen beginning August 10 on XfinityMobile.com and in Xfinity Stores nationwide, the company said. Customers who purchase a Samsung phone, activate a new line and port their number to Xfinity Mobile will receive a Dollars 300 prepaid card.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 users, after updating to version N960FXXU1ARH5, will be able to record 960fps slow-motion video moments of 0.2-second and 0.4-second, Sammobile reports. Since the Galaxy S9 is basically just the Galaxy S8 in looks, you can probably connect the dots here. While the letter "X" has a huge following since it is one of the most preferred letters in branding, see iPhone X for instance, but Galaxy "F" is equally intriguing as it stands for "foldable" or "folds" and that's what the phone is about. This time, the Note 9 has horizontally placed dual camera sensors along with dual LED flash.
T-Mobile is now offering a trade-in program to customers for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 which can help them save up to $360 with a qualifying trade-in service. They all look similar.
When it comes to the actual tech, however, they're seemingly identical.
In the camera department, there's a 12-megapixel primary camera with f/2.4-f/1.5 variable aperture and a 12-megapixel secondary sensor with f/2.4 aperture. The company claims that both the cameras at the rear end come with Optical Image Stabiliser. The global availability of Galaxy Note 9 is confirmed for August 24. There is no notch design on the top of the display of the Note 9.More news: Flooding in southern Indian state kills more than 350, displaces 800,000
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What's this? Another identical category?
Honestly, we're not expecting an obvious difference. Plenty of things to love.
This catch-all category shows some key areas in which the phones differ. While the 6GB RAM model costs NT$30,900 ($1,001), the 8GB RAM variant is priced at NT$38,900 ($1,265). Both can fit into compatible Gear VR headsets for mobile virtual reality fun, though. Users can use the S Pen as a for the camera. Do you want a stylus on your large Samsung phone? If so, buy the Note 9. You have Android 8.0 Oreo and it takes incredible photos with its single rear camera.
Initial verdict: Same as a year ago?
The Note 9 powered by dual Quad-Core CPU on board that clocks at a different frequency. If not, and the S-Pen doesn't raise an eyebrow, then this becomes a tougher decision. If you're going to put out nearly R20k for a smartphone, you're going to get a great device.