An extensive barrage of tests conducted by experts over at DisplayMate has shown that Samsung's recently unveiled Note 9 flagship smartphone rocks the best mobile display.
Samsung yesterday unveiled Note 9 and what better way to push the new device into public consciousness than a pair of anti-iPhone videos as part of its recent “Ingenious” campaign?
Samsung Electronics today at the Unpacked 2018 press event announced a next-generation Galaxy Note 9 phablet alongside new smartwatch models. The new Note has a 6.4-inch 2960x1400 Super AMOLED-based Infinity Display, an all-day 4,000mAh battery, faster internals, more storage and an upgraded S Pen stylus with Bluetooth LE support for things like triggering photos, controlling slideshows and media playback and so forth.
We know Samsung will be unpacking the next Note at a media event on August 9, and now what appears to be a legitimate promotional video for the upcoming device has apparently leaked out. If it's an indication, the phablet-class device will look similar to last year’s model.
Ahead of the scheduled Unpacked 2018 announcement on August 9, Samsung today released a trio of Note 9 teaser videos via its official YouTube channel, hyping improved features such as a bigger, longer-lasting battery, a faster processor and lots of flash storage.
Samsung earlier in the week sent out press invites for its upcoming annual Unpacked press event that is scheduled to take place on Thursday, August 9, at 11am ET.
Samsung's next Note smartphone could be just two months away.
Samsung's next-generation Note may come with a key feature that Apple reportedly had to drop from its iPhone X: an optical fingerprint sensor embedded underneath the cover glass.