The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is Samsung’s brand-new phablet flagship, but the company has already launched one phablet flagship this year in the form of the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus. Not only that, but some of the core specs are identical, so just how much is different? And how does the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 stand out? Some aspects are obvious – it has a stylus for one, which we’ll look at more below, but there are plenty of other differences too, as well as plenty of things that have stayed the same. Read on for an overview of them all. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 vs Galaxy S9 Plus design The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has a glass back, a metal frame and slim bezels above and below the screen. So, for that matter, does the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus. The latter handset is perhaps slightly curvier, but they otherwise look very similar, especially from the front. The main difference on the back is the orientation of the camera, as while the two lenses are side by side on the Galaxy Note 9, they’re arranged vertically on the Galaxy S9 Plus. The dimensions and weight of the two handsets differ of course, with the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 coming in at 161.9 x 76.4 x 8.8mm and 201g and the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus being 158.1 x 73.8 x 8.5mm and 189g. Which is to say, the S9 Plus is smaller in every dimension, as well as being slightly lighter…. [Read full story]
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