Published: Sat, July 27, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Should you buy a Samsung Galaxy S9 in 2019?

Should you buy a Samsung Galaxy S9 in 2019?

Like the Galaxy S9 before it, the handset will feature an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner that will offer secure biometric authentication.

Samsung's reservation page for the "next generation of Galaxy" (i.e., the Galaxy Note10) just went live, and with it comes a table of trade-in values.

The Galaxy Note 10 will have a sky-high price next month, but Samsung will likely offer plenty of freebies on top of these trade-in offers during the preorder period.

The Galaxy Note 10 release date will be August 23, 2019, barring some unforeseen set of miraculous circumstances. The Snapdragon 855 Plus has numerous gaming improvements such as Qualcomm's 'Game Junk Reducer, ' which can cut down jitter and lags in mobile games. Other perks include its AntiCheat Extension and a feature that reduces load times, the aptly named Game Fast Loader. If the rumors maintain true, there is a lot larger gap in display size between the Note 10 and Note 10+ and the S10 and S10+. Everyone is waiting for the phablet styled Note 10 that will come with a stylus as always. Both phones are shown in the poster.

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This video has been based on leaks and renders so the authenticity may be up for question. Interested buyers in the USA can head over to Samsung's website to reserve their own Galaxy Note device. The face of the handset has been altered as well and Samsung is doing something similar to what it did with the Galaxy S9 series.

But there are two very interesting things about the current trade-ins.

This means that you'll no longer require Bixby Vision or a third-party QR reader app for that matter in order to scan QR codes for Wi-Fi networks, website links, and even calendar events.

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