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Tech & Science Samsung Galaxy Note 9 vs Galaxy Note 8: What's the difference?

09:11  10 august  2018
09:11  10 august  2018 Source:   pocket-lint.com

Samsung begins taking reservations for the Note 9, will arrive by August 24

  Samsung begins taking reservations for the Note 9, will arrive by August 24 Make sure you don't miss out on Samsung's latest phone by reserving one before it's even announced.As reported by Droid Life, Samsung is taking reservations for the unannounced Note 9 right now, with an expected delivery date of August 24. Samsung will finally unveil what's left to learn about the Note 9 and August 9 at an event in Brooklyn, NY.

Samsung ' s Galaxy Note 9 looks identical to the Galaxy Note 8 , but there are major upgrades hidden under the surface While it’ s surprising for smartphones to get thicker and heavier, these are minor differences . Especially considering the larger display and much larger battery (more later).

The Galaxy Note 9 is a subtle upgrade over the Note 8 . But which Samsung phone should you consider buying? Here' s a full comparison of the Note Here' s a full comparison of the Note 9 vs Note 8 . The Note 9 looks a lot like the Note 8 but there are a few key differences . Here’ s what Samsung

  Samsung Galaxy Note 9 vs Galaxy Note 8: What's the difference? © Samsung / Pocket-lint

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has arrived, joining the company's Galaxy S9 and S9+ in the 2018 line up of flagship devices.

We've compared the Note 9 to the Galaxy S9+ in a separate feature, but how does the new model compare to the Galaxy Note 8 that it replaces? We've crunched through the numbers to draw out a comparison.

  • Similar design
  • Note 9 shorter but wider and heavier
  • Rearranged camera and fingerprint sensor
  • Exciting new colours for Note 9

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 measures 162.5 x 74.8 x 8.6mm and weighs 195g. The Note 9 shares almost identical measurements, but it is 2mm shorter, 2mm wider and a little heavier, measuring 161.9 x 76.4 x 8.8mm and weighing 201g. That's come from Samsung shrinking the top and bottom bezels but taking the screen a little bigger.

Will the Samsung Note 9 suffer the same fate as the Galaxy S9?

  Will the Samsung Note 9 suffer the same fate as the Galaxy S9? The S9 didn't feature big enough changes to woo customers. We find out Thursday if the Note 9 has what it takes to wow buyers.On Thursday, Samsung will introduce the Galaxy Note 9, its premium large-screen smartphone sporting an S Pen stylus. The stylus could include improvements that help it move beyond writing, drawing and navigation, and the uber-popular Fortnite game could make its Android debut on the Note 9. But overall, the new model is expected to get tweaks instead of major changes, something that could push the Note to the same fate as the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus: sluggish sales.

As the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with S 9 and Note 8 compares. Note – this is the older brother of the S -Series, but these days the pen is the main difference . The note does not have one and S 9, and more or less any other phone on the market.

The Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S 9+ are Samsung ' s two biggest and most expensive smartphones, but they have some important differences The Galaxy S 9 Plus has one of the largest displays on any Samsung phone, but the Galaxy Note 9 is even bigger: Galaxy Note 9 - 6.4-inch, 18.5:9 aspect ratio

Otherwise though, the construction and design of the new phone is very much the same. As we found with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9, it's not a huge year of change for Samsung, so it was expected that the Note 9 would look like the Note 8.

That said, there is a small change on the rear, with a reorganisation of the cameras and fingerprint scanner, to make the scanner separate and sit below the cameras. The Note 9 also brings some new colours, and the S Pen doesn't match the body colour in all models available, allowing for variety.

  • Note 9 has a slightly larger display
  • Same display resolution and aspect
  • Mobile HDR on both

As with the design, there's little change from the Infinity Display on the Note 8 to the Note 9, with curved edges to either side on the new device too.

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  Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 is shaping up to be the anti-Note 7 A shortage of ambition replaces the previous overabundance.Like the Galaxy S9 earlier this year, the Note 9 is set to reprise all the major features and design elements of its predecessor, the Note 8, with only peripheral changes. Plentiful leaks ahead of Thursday’s event showed a device that has the new dual-aperture camera of the S9, which is little more than a cool marketing gimmick.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 measures 162.5 x 74.8 x 8.6mm and weighs 195g. The Note 9 shares almost identical measurements, but it is 2mm shorter, 2mm wider and a little heavier, measuring 161.9 x 76.4 x 8.8mm and weighing 201g. That' s come from Samsung shrinking the top and bottom bezels

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Samsung sticks to Super AMOLED and a Quad HD+ resolution of 2960 x 1440 pixels, with the main changes in the display on the new device only to improve performance of the panel - as was the case with the Galaxy S9.

You'll find a 6.4-inch panel on the Note 9 though, which is fractionally larger than the 6.3-inch panel on the Note 8 with the bezels having been slightly reduced on the Note 9 to accommodate this.

You still get the same 18.5:9 aspect ratio, as well as Mobile HDR Premium though so expect the same great display experience on the new Note, just an extra 0.1-inches of it.

  • Upgraded Qualcomm and Exynos versions on Note 9
  • Note 9 battery 4000mAh
  • 8GB RAM/512GB storage model on Note 9 available

Samsung puts out two versions of most of the flagship devices it releases. There's a version that usually sits on the latest Qualcomm hardware and one that uses Samsung's own Exynos. In the UK we tend to get the Exynos version.

Samsung upgrades the S-Pen to function as a remote

  Samsung upgrades the S-Pen to function as a remote Samsung's new S-Pen isn't just a multi-colored stylus anymore. With the upgrade to the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9, the S-Pen gets its own reboot, and now functions as a remote control for Samsung's latest offering.

SAMSUNG ' S Galaxy Note 9 is now on sale and touts a score of new features and improvements over the Note 8 , but what are the differences between the two However, the phablet retains an incredible resemblance to its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 8 , meaning some of the differences between the

Samsung ’ s Galaxy Note line is arguably one of the most compelling out there, offering a package that no doubt caters to power users. The main difference here again with the Note 9 is that variable aperture, which alleges to deliver better results under low light and sharper ones in daytime.

The Note 8 had the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 or the Exynos 8895 with 6GB of RAM. In 2018, we're looking at the Snapdragon 845 and the Exynos 9810, along with 6GB of RAM again, as well as 128GB of internal memory. There is also an 8GB of RAM and 512GB storage model though and both models offer microSD expansion up to 512GB.

As we've seen from devices we've used in 2018, this new hardware makes for a more powerful phone; it will be better at handling your games and media, smoother in scrolling and faster in switching apps, although it's not a huge jump forward in power.

What is a huge jump is the battery life. The Galaxy Note 9 has a 4000mAh battery, making it one of the largest out there. The Note 8 only has a 3300mAh battery so this is a considerable change.

  • Note 9 S Pen gets Bluetooth
  • Remote control features on Note 9

The S Pen makes the Note and with the Galaxy S9+ being close in size, it's the S Pen's functions that now really set these phone apart. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9's S Pen is now Bluetooth equipped, which allows the S Pen to do more than the current model, such as some remote controls of the phone.

Samsung unveils gaming-friendly Galaxy Note 9 to boost sales

  Samsung unveils gaming-friendly Galaxy Note 9 to boost sales Samsung Electronics Co Ltd launched the Galaxy Note 9 "phablet" in New York on Thursday, promising better battery life and quick cooling to attract gamers and revive flagging sales.Samsung Electronics Co Ltd launched the Galaxy Note 9 "phablet" in New York on Thursday, promising better battery life and quick cooling to attract gamers and revive flagging sales.

The new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is finally here, and it comes with a few new features but a similar overall design. The Galaxy Note 9 is also bigger, heavier, and costs at least more than last year' s model, putting it on par with the iPhone X as one of the most expensive smartphones you can

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was officially unveiled on Thursday as the successor to the Galaxy Note 8 . The new Galaxy Note model features a larger Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display and an all-new S Pen that includes Bluetooth support. The S Pen also doubles as a presentation remote control and

It will let you do things like progress through slideshows, control playback of music or use it as a remote camera shutter for example.

The Note 8's S Pen is already fabulous, but works on a passive system, drawing power from the display of the device to enable interactions. With Bluetooth on the new S Pen, it needs it own battery, though according to Samsung it will charge from the Note 9 in just under a minute.

  • Note 9 to adds dual aperture camera
  • Both have dual 12MP sensors
  • Both have 8MP front camera

The Note 8 is (pardon the pun) notable for adding the dual camera system with a zoom lens.  The system was evolved on the Galaxy S9+, with the main camera getting a dual aperture system to boost low light performance.

The Note 9 gets the dual aperture system too, boosting the low light performance over the Note 8.

The megapixels remain the same, with two 12-megapixel sensors on board, one telephoto and one wide-angle on both the Note 8 and Note 9. As Samsung (and others are discovering) it's less about megapixel and more about what you do with them though.

The Note 9 also offers AI tech to optimise images based on the scene, as well as a few detection feature to inform you if a picture has imperfections.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9: TBC
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8: £869

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was one of the most expensive phones when it launched, then trumped by the Apple iPhone X. Samsung kept the prices high with the Galaxy S9+ and the Note 8 still sits at £869, although there are some good deals to be had.

We are still waiting on UK pricing but expect it to be more than the Note 8. It starts at $999 in the US. Pre-orders start on 10 August and the Note 9 will hit stores on 24 August.

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