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The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is the 8th device in the Note phablet series. Launched earlier this month, the Note 9 is the most powerful galaxy device yet, whilst featuring the largest battery ever in a Note. It comes as a worthy successor to the Galaxy Note 8 which brought Samsung’s Infinity Display, dual cameras, live messages, Samsung DeX and other nice features to the Note line. The Note 9 pushes things a little further with a 4,000 mAh battery, the largest QHD display ever at 6.4 inches, a Bluetooth-connected S Pen with a remote feature, and stereo speakers.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 packs maxes out at 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage with microSD up to 512GB. The Note 9 is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 CPU. It features a similar camera with the Samsung Galaxy S9, a dual 12MP + 12MP rear camera and an 8MP front camera. IP68 water and dustproof rating, Android 8.1 Oreo (Samsung Experience UI), Samsung Pay and NFC, Samsung DeX (desktop experience support) and other features are also available in the new device. The 4000mAh battery also supports fast charge and wireless charging.

Samsung Galaxy 9

To order

For those that want to lay their hands on this powerhouse, pre-orders for the device is now available. According to a tweet by Samsung Nigeria, you can now pre-order your Samsung Galaxy Note9 from August 17th, 2018 – September 6th, 2018 and get a free Welcome Pack (DeX HDMI cable, Wireless Charger, Tripod, and Protective Dome Glass) worth over NGN 50,000!

To pre-order the Note 9, follow the link and fill in your information in the space provided.

The base configuration for the Note 9 with 6GB RAM and 128Gn storage costs about ₦ 318,900 on Jumia, while the maxed out version goes for ₦ 453,499.

9mobile and MTN also offer pre-order sales with so many exciting benefits to customers including Samsung accessories, free data bundles, warranty, etc.

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This article was first published on 27th August 2018


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