Posted by James Woods on Friday, August 19, 2017 · 1 comment Samsung’s Note 9 may have been unveiled just a few days ago, but it’s already being used by a lot of people.
That’s a good thing, as it means that the phone can help you hear what’s on your headphones.
Here’s what you need to know about Samsung’s upcoming Note 9, from its battery life to the audio quality.1.
What does it do?
It’s not the first phone to make use of a built-in speaker.
That honor goes to LG’s G5, which uses a pair of buds to make its audio sound more natural and less jumbled.
But it’s the first to use a built in speaker.
Its predecessor, the G5S, used a speaker that’s built into the phone itself.2.
Is it a phone with an integrated camera?
Samsung has said it’s only shipping phones with an 8-megapixel camera, but we haven’t seen one yet.
So far, we haven.
If you’re not keen on the camera’s loudness, you can turn it down, and if you’re in the mood for a louder phone, Samsung says you’ll get better audio with the built- in microphone.3.
How loud is it?
The Note 9 can make a range of sounds, but the best we’ve heard so far is about 30 decibels, or 0.8dB louder than the Note 5, which was the loudest phone on the market at the time.
That means you might need to set the sound volume to about 80% to get the same effect.4.
Does it support wireless charging?
The phone supports Qi wireless charging, which works as long as you’re wearing a headset.
The phone will charge up to four times per day with one charge.5.
Will it come with a 3G/4G SIM card?
Samsung’s also confirmed that the Note 9 won’t come with an SIM card.
The Note 5 only included a 2G SIM, but you can’t use the SIM on the Note 8.6.
Will the phone be sold unlocked?
Samsung says it’s not yet making that decision.
But if you buy the phone from the unlocked store, you should be able to buy it without the carrier branding.
If it’s released before September, the phone will be available for sale unlocked.7.
Does the phone have a headphone jack?
Yes, it does.
The headphone jack is a physical button that you press on the right side of the phone.
That makes it easy to plug in your headphones and listen to music on the go.8.
Will there be any other features Samsung has announced?
It does, but they’re not the kind of features you’ll find on most phones.
Samsung has confirmed that there’s a microphone, an ambient light sensor, a fingerprint sensor, and a camera sensor.9.
Will I be able, once I’m in the Note program, to buy the device on its own?
The program will let you buy a Note 9 on its pre-order page, but that will require you to buy one from Samsung.
That’ll take you to the pre-ordering page where you can buy a phone for $499, $599, and $699.
You’ll also need to sign up for the program and be connected to the Samsung service provider.10.
How will I know I’m ready to buy a smartphone?
You’ll be able watch an interactive demo of the Note on Samsung’s YouTube channel, which will let users try out the phone and take some photos and videos.