Screen-Off Memo, Big Battery & More
Last but not least, we want to highlight a few other excellent things about the Galaxy Note 9. Did you know you can use it longer than any other Galaxy Note?
Samsung went from a small 3,300 mAh battery to a massive 4,000 mAh battery in the Galaxy Note 9. The biggest battery of any Note phone ever. Light users will easily get 2-3 days on a single charge.
Or, did you know you can write on the Galaxy Note 9 screen even when it's turned off? Just pull out the stylus and start writing on the screen. You can quickly make a note, take down someone's email, or save a phone number. Without turning on the phone. When you put the S-Pen back it instantly saves your note. You can write up to 100 pages. That's how you take a screen-off memo.
For the sake of time, we're rounding the last few neat features into this one slide. The Note 9 features Samsung Pay, where you can use your phone to pay for stuff at 95% of stores in the United States. This works with NFC like Apple Pay, but also any swipe-based magnetic terminal we've all used for years. It's backward compatible with both so you can pay for stuff anywhere. Just last night I forgot my wallet and used Samsung Pay at Smiths to get some Ice Cream for the kids.
You'll also enjoy having a 3.5mm headphone jack, a personal assistant at all times with Samsung Bixby, and more. Bixby can translate stuff in real-time if you're on a vacation.
And finally, the Galaxy Note 9 can hold over 1TB of content. That's 1,000GB. I bet your iPhone can't do that. While most phones come with 32 or 64GB of space, and users often have to delete apps or videos to free up space, Samsung went big. You can get the Galaxy Note 9 with 128GB of storage, or get the 512GB model. Then, add a 512GB microSD card and carry around thousands of photos, movies, videos and more. 1TB of space is seriously impressive.
Buy one today and enjoy your Galaxy Note.
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