Samsung has had a lukewarm year so far, with its flagship phone of 2018 — the Galaxy S9 — failing to meet sales expectations. The S9 was a modest upgrade over the Galaxy S8 which is understandable why it failed to arouse interest in consumers. Six months later, Samsung is back with the Galaxy Note 9 — its largest and most powerful Note till date.
While Apple prepares itself to launch the 2018 iPhone XS lineup next week, Samsung is seemingly preparing itself to unveil its foldable smartphone to the public later this year.
Samsung, for whatever it’s worth, apparently wholeheartedly thinks it has a hit on its hands with these “Ingenius” ads.
Yesterday, when Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 9, it proudly mentioned that the handset was a “YouTube Signature Device”. The new program from YouTube was silently launched around the same time as the Note 9’s unveiling and recommends the best smartphones for watching YouTube videos.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was officially announced on Thursday, and the company made sure to hype up the brand new device’s power during the unveiling.
Earlier today, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 9, its latest Note flagship featuring a massive 4,000mAh battery and a dual-camera setup at the rear. The Note 9 will take on Apple’s 2018 iPhone lineup which is scheduled to be unveiled next month. However, until the 2018 iPhone X Plus launches, the Note 9 competes with Apple’s latest year iPhone, the iPhone X.
There were plenty of rumors out there suggesting Samsung was planning on jumping on the smart speaker bandwagon, and, sure enough, that is indeed the case.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Announced with 6.4-inch QHD+ Display, 6GB RAM, 4,000mAh Battery, Up to 512GB Storage, and Dual-Camera Setup
Samsung today unveiled the Galaxy Note 9 at its Unpacked event to take on Apple’s upcoming 2018 iPhone lineup. The 6.4-inch Note 9 will take on Apple’s largest iPhone till date, the 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus when it launches next month.
The premium offerings from the Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet lineup are meant to compete with Apple’s high-end tablet offerings, and that trend continues on Wednesday with a brand new model.
Earlier this week, Samsung Display unveiled an ‘unbreakable’ OLED panel featuring a plastic substrate. The company proudly claimed that the OLED panel was UL-Certified and had managed to withstand multiple drops from heights of as much as 1.8m without showing any signs of damage. To show just how unbreakable the OLED panel is, Samsung Display has now also uploaded a video on YouTube where it pounds the panel with a rubber mallet.