Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has been recently released worldwide globally, and problems have already started to surface according to user posts on certain forums. Users argue that the flagship device has gaps in its chassis and light from the display panel is bleeding through them. The issue has been encountered only by a few users for now.
On the other side, some argued that there are in fact no issues with the display itself and what it is observed is, in fact, an illusion caused by the light reflected in the curved display. Certain users claim that the problem may also be the way in which paint was applied on some devices during the manufacturing process, as the edges of the glass are painted in order to obtain the particular aspect of the Infinity display.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Reactions
Samsung Note 9 was received with great reviews and enthusiastic reactions from fans around the world. It is also a significant update over previous iterations. The device features a 6,4 inch Super AMOLED screen with an eye-pleasing resolution of 2960×1440 pixels.
An in-house developed Exynos 9810 processor powers the EMEA of the device, with a Qualcomm device being available for the USA /LATAM edition. It is available in two memory sizes for both RAM and storage space, with 6GB/128GB and 8GB/512GB, respectively. To make use of the impressive tech users enjoy Android 8.1 Oreo with a customized Experience UI skin and an impressive 4,000 mAh battery.
A dual 12MP pixel sensor on the back and a single 8MP camera on the front allow you to capture impressive photos. The S-Pen also features new functions, including low-power Bluetooth connectivity. The largest issue according to some users is the fact that there is no way to disable Bixby button you can remap the dedicated button to other apps.
It remains to see if the display issues will become more common but until the Samsung Galaxy S10 is unveiled in January, the Note 9 remains a great flagship.
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