After the Note 7 recall, you probably kept the Note 5 and still use it today. With that in mind, this guide will go over everything you need to know about the all-new Galaxy Note 9. Then, we’ll compare it to the Galaxy Note 5 so you know what to expect.
Samsung’s latest phablet has two cameras on the back, a huge 6.4-inch screen, and lots of software enhancements. And While the Galaxy Note 5 is still a great phone, it’s more than a little outdated and probably out of space. Newer Samsung phones are water-resistant, have microSD cards, and vastly improved cameras. Our slideshow below will tell you why the Note 9 is worth the upgrade.
If you’re still using the Galaxy Note 5 chances are you’re considering an upgrade. And while the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ earlier this year were enticing options, Samsung’s new Note might finally have enough upgrades to make it worth the switch. It’s bigger than ever before, faster, has a huge battery, and it received new S-Pen features for the first time in a while.
Typically the choice is just about getting the latest specs or a bigger screen, but there’s a lot more to this upgrade cycle. Mainly because the Note 5 is nearly three years old, and we don’t think it’ll get the Galaxy Android Oreo update. As a result, you have a phone that’s missing a lot of key features. Key features you’ll get from the Note 9.
Our link above goes over some cool things the Note 8 can do. Samsung’s latest Galaxy Note 9 is similar and has even more to offer. For those of you on the fence, we want to help you make the right decision. Here we’ll compare the older Galaxy Note 5 to the Galaxy Note 9 for you. Additionally, we’ll explain what makes it worth buying or if you’ll be better off just getting a Galaxy S9+ instead.
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