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September 2018, Vol. 2, No. 5

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 improvements are small but powerful

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 appears nearly identical to its predecessor, but the devil is in the details. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9, available in August, boasts the largest screen of any smartphone -- specifically, a 6.4 inch display -- which could be clumsy or convenient, depending on the user. But users already familiar with the Galaxy Note 8 6.3-inch display likely won't notice much difference. Samsung moved the fingerprint scanner from next to the camera to beneath it in an attempt to boost user experience. Although the new smartphone was announced directly after Google's release of Android 9.0 Pie, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 still ships with Android 8.1 -- an older version that is practically indistinguishable from the Galaxy S9's OS. Enterprise-ready features Samsung wants to corner the market of creative professionals and entrepreneurs with an enterprise-ready device. To do so, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is fully compatible with the company's DeX docking system. Users can connect the Note 9 to a monitor with an HDMI cable for...

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