Galaxy Note 9Cool factor 4/5Usability 5/5Value for money 5/5 Earlier last month, Samsung launched its Note 9, the latest in its Galaxy Note Series, which is a sister range to the Galaxy S devices. The two main differences between the Galaxy Note and the Galaxy S series lie in the screen size and stylus. The Note 9 can more comfortably be compared to the S9 Plus devices. The screen size of both is just over six inches, but the Note has a slight edge (of less than 1cm) as its screen size is 6.4 inches. Note devices offer better battery life and bigger storage, and the Note 9 delivers this. You can buy a Note 9 in a 128GB or a 512GB on-board storage version, and this can be boosted with up to 512GB external memory, which makes for a potential 1TB of storage. Those extra few centimetres of body in phablet devices also mean they have room for giant batteries. The Note 9 packs a 4,000mAh battery. You can expect to extract about two days’ normal use from this device, or over 14 hours of vi...

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