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I've spent the last 24 hours with Samsung's new Galaxy Note 9 — here are my first impressions

The most recent $1,000 cell phone has touched base as the Galaxy Note 9. 

Disclosed at Samsung's Unpacked occasion on Thursday in Brooklyn, New York, the Galaxy Note 9 is Samsung's greatest, heftiest gadget yet: It has a 6.4-inch screen, a huge 4,000 mAh battery, and up to 1 terabyte of capacity.

Samsung needs you to carry on with your life on the Galaxy Note 9 — to take all your photographs on the telephone's propelled camera, to compose vital notes and sign critical reports utilizing the telephone's S Pen, and to connect it to a screen and transform it into a work station utilizing to Samsung's DeX innovation.

To put it plainly, this telephone is a brute — or if nothing else Samsung needs it to be.

In the course of recent hours or somewhere in the vicinity, I've been playing around with the new Galaxy Note 9. I'm not a Samsung client — and my own particular iPhone 6s feels diminutive and bumbling beside this thing — so I'm taking a gander at the Galaxy Note 9 with crisp eyes. Note that I haven't run the Galaxy Note 9 through the entirety of its paces, and I can't give a full audit of the telephone after only 24 long stretches of use. After we have a couple of more days to attempt the gadget, we'll post an extensive breakdown.

Be that as it may, until the point that at that point, here are a couple of beginning impressions of the new Galaxy Note 9:

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