Samsung has just unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and as you would expect, it comes loaded with features. For starters, it is the first Samsung Note phone to with come with a 4000mAh battery. While the phone is yet to be officially available, we can expect the price of the Galaxy Note 9 in Nepal to be in the neighborhood of Rs.1,05,000. This pricing is for the base 6GB/128GB variant.
Specification of the Galaxy Note 9 Nepal Variant
- 6.4-inch Quad-HD+ Super Amoled Curved Display
- Exynos 9810 In-house Octa-Core Processor
- 6GB / 8GB of RAM
- 128GB / 512GB Internal Storage
- Dual 12MP Rear Camera with variable aperture f/1.75 or f/2.4
- 8MP Front Selfie Camera
- S-Pen with Bluetooth Support
- Fast Wireless/ Fast Wired Charging
- Stereo Speaker on the front
- Samsung DeX
- 4000mAh Battery
What’s also a welcome change is the positioning of the fingerprint scanner. It is now positioned below the dual-cameras which is a much more ergonomic position.
Samsung has also implemented a new thermal solution which uses an advanced water cooling technology which the company promises to be much better in heat management. Samsung also touted the gaming capabilities of the phone. It is also the first Android phone to get access to the famous game title- Fortnite.
It is also good to see Samsung take a bold step and launch the Galaxy Note 9 with a 4000mAh battery. After what happened to the Galaxy Note 7, it definitely took some nerve for the company to come up with the 4000mAh battery on the new phone. Is the 4000 mAh battery on the Note 9 safe? Well, we are pretty sure it is. And on the bright side, it also means that this Note phone is a definite 2-day battery phone. Finally, a phone in the Note series that can last 2 entire days.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is also the first Note phone to come with a powered stylus. Yes, you heard it right. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 features an active S-Pen which can now be used for activating a plethora of features. You can use it to act as a remote shutter button, change presentation slides and much more. Recharging the battery on the S-Pen is also seamless. You just slide the S-Pen back to the phone and it recharges automatically.
The expected price of Galaxy Note 9 in Nepal is Rs. 1,05,000. Samsung Mobile Nepal may choose not to launch the 8GB/ 512GB configuration of the Note 9 in Nepal at all. And even if it does, you can expect the price to be around Rs. 1,45,000.
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