Published: Mon, August 19, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

You Can Get A Renewed Samsung Galaxy Note 9 For $487

You Can Get A Renewed Samsung Galaxy Note 9 For $487

The Korean-language news outlet The Elec reports that the iPhone 11 will have the same OLED display materials as those found in Samsung's Note 10 and Galaxy S10. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Note 10 has a 6.3-inch Dynamic AMOLED display with a 2,280 x 1,080 resolution (401 ppi), and it's available only with 256 GB of built-in storage.

South Korean electronics conglomerate Samsung is partnering with U.S. software behemoth Microsoft in a bid to take on Apple.

If the chatter turns out correct, the smaller screen model would represent a bargain deal for users, as the price is lower than what the market had expected previously.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus.

So, should you rush to get one of those devices?

If you want to know how Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 stacks up against recent flagships from Huawei, OnePlus, Google and Apple, click on the link below.

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It's unknown at this time what smartphone Samsung will use the battery on - it's doubtful it will be the Samsung Galaxy S11, as the phone will launch in February 2020, which is still quite early. That convenience is deemed a key selling point. Its battery is bigger so requirements are slightly different. The all-new S Pen sports a 6-axis sensor with a gyroscope and acceleration sensor.

Another selling point of the Note 10 is its camera.

Under the hood, the Galaxy Note 10 series rocks an Exynos 9825 chipset - but it starts to vary when it comes to memory configurations.

Despite the Galaxy Note 10 having been announced already, and launching next week, the Galaxy Note 9 is still a really good buy. If it works that smoothly when it launches in September, we'll be in for a treat. "Our ambition is to help people be more productive on any device, anywhere - and the combination of our intelligent experiences with Samsung's powerful, new devices makes this a reality".

According to a Tweet from leakster Evan Blass, Samsung is looking into launching a smartphone with a graphene battery sometime in 2020.

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