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Digital Subscriptions > Stuff > October 2018 > HOT FOUR #1



Samsung Galaxy Note9

Buying a phone from Samsung’s Galaxy Note line is a bit like dining at an all-youcan- eat restaurant. In the same way that a fourth plate of spicy chicken wings is probably a bit excessive, few people really need the extra screen size and specs of the Galaxy Note9… but when it’s right in front of you, it can be hard to resist taking that little bit more. Especially as phones, unlike dinners, can’t cause a long night on the toilet. So, what can giant-handed fans expect from this year’s stylus-wielding super phablet? Even more, basically. At 6.4in, the Super AMOLED screen is a staggering 0.1in bigger than the Note8’s offering, while a new 4000mAh battery will purportedly see you through a day of heavy app-hammering. Chuck in beefy AKG-tuned speakers, and it’s no surprise that Samsung is pitching it as the perfect device for portable Fortnite. Meanwhile, the S Pen – the secret weapon of any Note device – now has Bluetooth, allowing it to double up as a handy remote control. The ultimate superphone, then? Maybe… turn to p55 for the definitive review. As hot as… writing down notes without murdering innocent trees from £899 /

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