Galaxy Note 9 is still one of the best Android phones around
Galaxy Note 9 is Samsung’s flagship phablet that boasts a number of appealing specifications and features.
Note 9 comes with a 6.4-inch AMOLED display that has the resolution of 1440×2960 and a density of 516-pixels-per-inch.
The flagship is powered by either Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 chipset or Samsung’s own Exynos 9810 processor depending on the region it is sold in.
UK regions are granted the latter that offers rapid performance across Google’s Android operating system.
The Note 9 comes with a dual-camera system on its rear that is extremely capable.
However, the phablet’s signature feature is by far its S Pen that allows fans to quickly make notes.
Moreover the stylus also boasts Bluetooth functionality that allows it to control functions such as music playback and the camera shutter.
Despite Samsung recently unveiling its S10 series of flagships, the Note 9 remains very appealing for Android fans that want a big screen experience.
Note 9’s biggest competitor in this regard is the Galaxy S10+ that offers a number of laudable features in its own right.
However, the Note 9 is currently notably cheaper than the Galaxy S10+ for those looking to purchase their device on a contract or outright.
Samsung is selling the phablet for a discounted price of £799 and is giving fans a free wireless charger with it.
When the entry-level Note 9 launched last year it was priced at £899.
That means if fans want to purchase the device outright, they can save £100.
It is also worth noting the Note 9 with 512GB of memory and 8GB of RAM is retailing for £999 on the South Korean OEM’s site.
This model of the flagship also comes with a free wireless charger but features an added 512GB SD card.
The Galaxy S10 comes with a 6.4-inch display, the same size offered by the Note 9
In contrast, the entry-level Galaxy S10+ that comes with 128GB of storage and 8GB of RAM comes in at £899.
However, if fans want configurations with more memory and RAM, they will have to pay much more.
Galaxy S10 with 512GB of storage and 8GB of RAM is priced at £1,099 while the handset with a whopping 1TB of memory and 12GB of RAM costs an eye-watering £1,399.
Contract prices are also much cheaper if Android fans opt to pick up a Note 9.
One of the most appealing deals for the devices comes from EE.
The network is giving users 20GB of data in addition to unlimited minutes and texts for £38-per-month with an upfront cost of £50.
This takes the total cost of the handset over the course of the two-year plan to £962.
Note 9 remains very appealing for Android fans that want a big screen experience
In comparison, a similar deal for the Galaxy S10+ that comes with 30GB of data in addition to unlimited minutes and texts comes in at £53-per-month.
Moreover, the tariff also has an upfront charge of £73.
Over the course of two-year plan this will cost customers £1,345.
However, it is worth noting the Galaxy S10+ deal does include a free pair of Galaxy Buds that retail for £139 on their own.
Samsung Galaxy S10 will release on March 8
For Android fans that need more data, Three is offering a tariff with unlimited data, minutes and texts for £55-per-month with an upfront cost of £79.
Over the course of the two-year plan, customers will pay £1,399.
While such a figure is certainly high, a similar tariff for the Galaxy S10+ is even more pricey.
Three is selling the Galaxy S10+ with unlimited data, minutes and texts for £69-per-month with an upfront cost of £29.
Over the course of a two-year plan the device in question will cost fans a whopping £1,685.
If Android fans opt for the Note 9’s unlimited data plan they will save almost £300.
Galaxy S10 will release on March 8.
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