This guide will take you through some reasons why you should, and perhaps shouldn’t, buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in 2019.
The Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and Galaxy Note 8 are cheaper than they once were and they’ve been upgraded to Samsung’s version of Android Pie.
These Galaxy devices and others, like Samsung’s Galaxy S7, should have your attention, but you’ll also want to check out Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9.
The Galaxy Note 9 is a powerhouse. The device comes with a long list of features including Samsung’s S Pen stylus, a huge high-resolution display, a high-performance processor from Qualcomm, lots of RAM, tons of storage space, and a massive battery. It currently runs Android Pie, but it’ll get upgraded to Android Q down the line.
The Galaxy Note 9 is getting cheaper and it’s certainly worth investigating if you’re looking for a powerful smartphone you can hold onto for multiple years.
With Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 10 now on sale, many people are trying to decide if they should buy the Galaxy Note 9 or go with Samsung’s brand new flagship.
In this guide we’ll take you through the best reasons to buy Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 right now and the best reasons to wait.
Buy If You Want Great Software Support
If you plan on keeping your next phone for several years, consider buying the Galaxy Note 9.
Samsung didn't advertise this on stage during the Galaxy Note 9 launch event, but the device should receive at least two years of major Android OS upgrades with bug fixes and security updates mixed in.
So while you might be tempted to skip the Galaxy Note 9 and go with a cheaper alternative like the Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8, or Galaxy S7, software support for those devices will come to an end much faster.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9's hardware upgrades ensures the device will get feature-rich versions of Samsung's upgrades for several years to come. Samsung's Android updates for older phones are often limited by their aging hardware.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was one of the first Galaxy devices to run Android 8.1 Oreo, a newer version of Oreo, and it was one of the first Galaxy devices running Samsung's Android 9.0 Pie update with One UI.
If you plan on keeping your next phone for several years and you think you might want the latest features, fixes, and patches without having to install custom software, think about going with the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 over an older Galaxy phone.
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