Samsung has launched its highly-anticipated Galaxy Note 9, the latest phone in its premium range, as well as a new Galaxy Home smart speaker to challenge the likes of Apple’s Home Pod and Amazon’s Echo. The 6.4-inch screen Note 9 will start at £899 for the 128GB variant and £1,099 for the 512GB version. The device shares much of its design with last year’s 6.1-inch Note 8 but features an improved Bluetooth stylus, as well as an upgraded camera that takes sharper photos than the S9 released earlier this year. A 4,000mAh ‘all day battery’ has been included – the largest ever on a flagship Galaxy phone – alongside a 6.4-inch edge-to-edge display. The camera uses AI to take better photos, and will warn users if it detects a blur in a photo so they can quickly retake it. It features Dual Aperture technology, which Samsung introduced earlier this year on its Galaxy S9 range. This adjusts the camera lens to light in the same way as the human eye. However, the highlight upgrade this year is the S Pen, which will let users remotely control the phone’s camera to take the perfect selfie. The Korean firm’s president of mobile communications DJ Koh said: “The Note has always been our… Read full this story
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