Samsung Galaxy Note 9 : All Videos Roundup Unboxing, Hands-on, Impressions!

The smartphone that we have been waiting for quite a while is finally here. Meet the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, featuring boosted hardware and battery and pretty much the same design from last year.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Unboxing Roundup

From the new Note 9 to a Fortnite exclusive to the Galaxy Home speaker, Here’s our compiled unboxing, hands-on and impression videos of Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

Galaxy Note 9 Impressions by MKBHD

Galaxy Note 9 Unboxing by Jonathan Morrison

Galaxy Note 9 Hands-on by UrAvgConsumer

Galaxy Note 9 Unboxing by CNET

Galaxy Note 9 Unboxing by Krystal Lora

Display

The screen size is now a 6.44-inch Super AMOLED panel with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 on top, which is more bright this time around for better outdoor visibility. It has the same Quad HD+ resolution (2960 x 1440) coming at 514 PPI pixel density.

Performance

The Note 9 sees its most significant improvement over Note 8 in the performance department, boasting some pretty impressive specifications.

With the latest in the Note series, you get Samsung’s Exynos 9810 processor in some regions while in the other areas you get the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845. You get two RAM options this time, with 6 and 8 GB.

With storage you no longer get a 64 GB variant, the Note 9 now starts at 128GB as well as a sizeable 512GB option. There’s still a memory card slot on board if 128/512GB of storage is too low for you. With that, you can amass up to 1 TB of room on the Galaxy Note 9!

Cameras

For the cameras, at the back, you get a 12+12 MP setup with one of the lenses offering f/1.5 and f/2.4 variable apertures, while the other one is fixed at f/2.4. This is the same as the S9+, mind you. Like the S9+ it also allows you to switch between the two apertures, depending on the conditions you are shooting in.

Samsung has promised 30% noise reduction with the Note 9, and it also gets scene detection (which Sony has been using for quite a long time now) as well as flaw detection. The Note 9 can tell if the camera lens is smudged or if someone blinked during your shot. It’d notify you directly from the camera app if there were a problem with your shot, letting you shoot another one right at the moment.

The 960 fps super slow-mo is also still there, with smart detection (automatically records in slow-mo at the right time).

The front camera doesn’t always get much attention. This year it’s still the same 8MP sensor as last year. That’s not to say that is bad, the Note 8 performed great, and the Note 9 will also (hopefully) produce good results from the front-facing camera.

That’s it, for now, we’ll be coming with our unboxing and review soon.