Android Police

Galaxy Note9

10

Grab an unlocked 512GB Galaxy Note9 and carry all your media offline for just $685 (45% off)

If you're eyeing a Galaxy Note10 but don't want to spend a fortune on one, you might want to consider a Note9. Even though it's not the company's latest model, it's still a great device that offers amazing performance and shoots great photos. The 512GB model traditionally sells for a whopping $1,250, but you can snatch it for just $685 on Amazon thanks to this deal.

Read More
2

Pick up a 512GB Galaxy Note9 for $786 ($89 off) at Amazon

There are a lot of things to love about the Galaxy Note9, including its beautiful display, outstanding battery life, and more RAM than you could possibly overcome while blitzing through daily tasks. In many ways, it's an even better device than the newest Notes on the market, and now it can be yours for the cheapest price we've seen so far on Amazon. For a limited time, you can pick up a 512GB Galaxy Note9 for only $785.83 ($89.16 off).

Read More
13

Galaxy Note9 update with One UI 2.0 and Android 10 rolling out (Update: Germany)

Much like the more recent Galaxy S10 and Note10 series, the older Note9 is also being updated to Samsung's One UI 2.0, based on Android 10. Following beta testing and an early release to stable for beta users, the update is finally deploying to Note9 devices more widely.

Read More
6

Save big on a Samsung Galaxy Note9, starting at just $550 on eBay

Sure, the Note10 and Note10+ are undoubtedly at the top of many wishlists this holiday season, but the Note9 is still a fantastic device in its own right. Last year's Samsung flagship is especially enticing when you can snatch one up for almost half off its original price. For a limited time, grab a brand new Galaxy Note9 128GB for $549.99 ($450 off) or a Galaxy Note9 512GB for $649.99 ($600 off) on eBay.

Read More
38

Android 10 beta Galaxy S9 and Note9 iris scanners now support Google's new Biometric API

Samsung may have removed the iris scanner from its recent flagship devices like the Galaxy S10 and Note10, but it hasn't forgotten about it on earlier hardware. According to some Galaxy S9 and Note9 users in the Android 10 One UI 2.0 beta program, the company has updated the iris scanner in those phones to be compatible with Google's new Biometric API, a one-stop-shop for in-app user authentication.

Read More
21

One UI 2.0 Android 10 beta rolling out for Galaxy S9, S9+, and Note 9 (Update: Now in the US)

It looks like Samsung is firing on all cylinders when it comes to updating its recent devices to Android 10. After pumping out seven Android 10 One UI 2.0 beta updates for the Galaxy S10 series within a time span of six weeks, Samsung has now rolled out Android 10 beta for the Galaxy S9, S9+, and Note 9 users in South Korea and India. Besides getting Android 10, Samsung's older flagships also received an early Christmas present from the company: Night mode photography that works on more than just the primary camera.

Read More
15

State-by-state Android popularity map suggests where you live may affect your phone choice

Every Android fan knows Samsung phones are extremely popular, but just which models are leading the pack? A new report sheds some light on the situation, not just helping to confirm that Galaxy models are the most used in each US state, but also revealing some interesting trends about the devices preferred in different regions.

Read More
2

The unlocked Galaxy Note9 is $649 at Amazon, its lowest price ever, today only

Although Black Friday and Cyber Monday are behind us now, there are still some great deals to be found for quality smartphones. Amazon is currently selling the unlocked Galaxy Note9 in Midnight Black with 128GB of storage for just $649, which is $151 off its usual price. There's also a 512GB model going for $839, down from its usual $1,050. Both deals are set to expire at the end of the day today.

Read More
56

Samsung’s Android 10 roadmap points at January rollout for Galaxy S10 and Note 10, no update for S8 or Note 8

Every year Samsung unfailingly puts out a software release roadmaps for its entire smartphone lineup, and this year’s detail when Android 10 is expected to hit eligible Samsung phones. These lists are generally specific to their respective markets, but they do highlight a general global trend. The Galaxy S10 and the Note 10 have been beta testing One UI 2.0 for over a month now, and they’re naturally first in line to get the stable release by January 2020.

Read More
31

One UI 2.0 beta hints at future 120Hz Samsung phones

To date, only a handful of companies have released phones with 120Hz screen technology: Razer, Asus, and Sharp. Xiaomi is a likely future candidate. Although nothing is official, we can tentatively induct Samsung into the club thanks to the discovery of a hidden 120Hz display setting in the latest Android 10 beta software for the Galaxy Note 9.

Read More