From our time so far with the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, it’s clear they have strong all-around potential. And while we’re still fully testing them, it’s also clear there are inherent problems that Samsung’s future Galaxy Note 9 can fix.
The Galaxy Note is Samsung’s pinnacle flagship phone whose high-end features justify the vaulted cost. And with an annual August release, it goes head-to-head with the year’s new iPhone. As such, it’s the device Samsung often reserves to debut its most innovative features, including the digital S Pen stylus and Samsung’s now-signature curved glass screens.