Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note9 last week, and media fraternity has been raving about the phone. Although few are in the view that its an incremental update from the Galaxy Note8, except for the enhanced Bluetooth enabled S-Pen. Whatever the views maybe, Samsung Galaxy Note9 has been credited with A+ grade by DisplayMate, world’s leading evaluator of video screens.
The Galaxy Note9 features a 6.4-inch, 3K (2960×1440) Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display. The Galaxy Note9 set a new record for its brightness measurement that is 27 percent brighter than Galaxy Note8. The device also featured a contrast rating for high ambient light that was 32 percent higher than that of its predecessor. Besides this, the Note9 screen also earned the most color accurate display by DisplayMate. In terms of power consumption, the Galaxy Note9 consumed 1.10 watts of power, 8 percent more power efficient than the Galaxy Note8.
In India, Samsung Galaxy Note9 is priced for Rs. 67,990 for the 6GB/128GB variant, whereas the 8GB/512GB will retail for Rs. 84,900. The phones are available for pre-order on Amazon India and will be shipped around 22 August when the devices will be officially launched in India.