Now it’s official, Samsung has introduced its new high-end phone to be at the top of its game in terms of performance. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is positioned as one of the high-end phones to watch out for for anyone who wants to get the most out of their device. Between it and the iPhone X, which one should you choose?
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As is often the case with Samsung’s Note range, the South Korean company has put all its eggs in one basket with its new phone. Gross power in specifications to achieve a high level of performance and secure the first place in the Android range. Let’s take a look at the specifications in more detail:
Samsung Galaxy Note 9iPhone XPantallaSuper AMOLED 6.4 inchesSuper HD 5.8″ Retina with OLED and HDRResolution2,960×1,440 pixels2,436×1. 125 pixelsExynos 9810 10 nm octa-core processorA11 64-bit Bionic with integrated neural engineRAM6 GB or 8 GB3 GBAstorage128 GB or 512 GB64 GB or 256 GBSoftwareAndroid 8.1 OreoiOS 11LTE Cat 18 (1.2 Gbps) connectivity, WiFi AC, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, GPS, ANT+LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac with MIMO, Bluetooth 5. 0, NFC with read mode, GPSBattery4,000 mAh with quick charge2,716 mAh with quick chargeRear cameras12MP 1.5-2.4 + 12MP 2.412 MP 1.8 + telephoto lens 2.4Front camera8MP 1.7TrueDepth camera 7MP 2. 2ExtrasSamsung Knox, Intelligent Scan (facial + iris), fingerprint reader, headphone jack portFace recognition, IP67 resistance and wireless chargingDimensions and weight161.9 x 76.4 x 8.8 mm and 201gr143.6 x 70.9 x 7.7 mm and 178 gr
A design that evolves, but does not revolutionize
Samsung has maintained a very similar design over the last few years in its Note range. Some small changes in the position of the cameras and the fingerprint sensor, a new color, some improvement in the materials… But in general, it is difficult to differentiate one Note from another if they are models from the last two or three years . This of course doesn’t have to be a bad thing, if a design works, there’s no need to change it.
In Cupertino we have also seen this continuity in design, from the iPhone 6 to the iPhone 8 there are four generations that maintain the aesthetics. It works, and we invest in improving other aspects. In spite of everything, it is undeniable that a radical change in design can bring you greater differentiation . Here is the example of the iPhone X, with a design that according to Apple, will be the basis of the iPhone for the next ten years.
The iPhone X stands out at first sight (even in a sea of frameless smartphones) and has managed to be copied over the last few months to the point of no return. Be that as it may, the Note 9, with or without a continuous design, has set the bar high for Apple . In a few weeks we will see how the high end looks once Apple introduces us to what they have been working on these last months.