Need something to put on that new Wireless Charging Duo? Good news — a Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy Watch are accessible now. Here’s a my full 3,000 word examination of a Note 9. The TLDR chronicle is, essentially:
- Good screen
- Very good camera
- Decently prolonged battery
- Interesting new S-Pen tricks
- Way, approach too pricey
As for a Galaxy Watch, well, I’m wearing that one as we form this. Expect a examination in a nearby future. But in a meantime, I’m enjoying a knowledge and am blissful a association finally opted for a smaller distance — even if that one competence still be too incomparable for many wrists.
Both inclination are accessible in a garland of places, though it’s opposite SKUs for opposite vendors, so here’s a info true from Samsung:
The 128GB Galaxy Note 9 can be purchased by carriers including ATT, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Verizon Wireless and Xfinity, along with Best Buy, Costco, Sam’s Club, Straight Talk Wireless, Target, Walmart, Samsung.com and a ShopSamsung app. The 512GB chronicle is accessible during name sell locations and online during ATT, T-Mobile, Verizon, U.S. Cellular and Samsung.com.
And here’s a same for a Galaxy Watch
Starting during $329.99 for a 42mm and $349.99 for a 46mm, is now accessible during Amazon, Best Buy and Samsung.com in a U.S. The Galaxy Watch LTE chronicle is also accessible today, during Samsung.com and T-Mobile starting during $379.99 for a 42mm, and $399.99 for a 46mm.
As for a Galaxy Home intelligent speaker, your theory is as good as ours.