Galaxy Note9 Is A Fantastic Phone/Cover By Zubair Ali

Galaxy Note9 Is A Fantastic Phone
Galaxy Note9 Is A Fantastic Phone

I have no doubt that the Galaxy Note nine is going to be a fantastic phone, hasn’t been covered.

But what I wanted to do is I wanted to revisit the Galaxy Note 8 after almost using this for a year on and off. And I need to do a lot more these articles because I think a lot of people are curious about how these devices hold up over long periods of time.

So if you want to see more of this kind of article, maybe you let me know in the comments section below. But let me go ahead and share my experience with the Galaxy Note8 in almost a year.

So first, let’s talk about hardware. It’s held up over time. I usually use skin on the back of this. I took it off for the article, but I don’t have scratches on the back or surprisingly on the sides.

But on the front, I do have some deeper gouges in the glass.

Now, I don’t usually put kind of keys or anything like that in my pocket. Sometimes I do put this in a backpack. That’s probably where I got it from. But even though the scratches aren’t bad as something like my iPhone 10, which is completely jacked up.

This is held up pretty in about 11 months’ time. The display is still gorgeous.

6.3 inch quad HD plus. It still looks amazing. It’s bright. It’s colorful. I still think that this and the Galaxy series have the best displays on the market. Peery, this phone is so good when you’re catching up on content and watching movies on it.

Now, my biggest complaint about this is the single speaker on the bottom is so easy to cover up, but the Galaxy Note9 is going to fix that. But, Elise, you have a headphone jack, though.

It’s almost said that in 2018. I am looking at this display and I can notice the bezels on the top and bottom because of phones like the Vevo necks and the Opal find X.

But it’s been a great experience so far. No, not of course. And you do have the iris scanner. So I’m using that most of the time.

Now the fingerprint scanner on the back. That’s one of the big complaints about me. And that’s going to be fixed with the Galaxy Note9 is just going back to this. I can definitely notice the placement I was using this phone regularly.

I got used to it. But going back to it, you really notice how bad placement.

So the Galaxy Note nine is definitely going to fix that when it comes to software.

I do have the unlocked note model here and I’m surprised how many updates that this phone has gotten. It did get a jump to Android 8-point no ORIO, which is great. It is not 8.1, which would have been better.

But what I’m assuming is they’re gonna jump straight into an android pie, which I’m hoping that’s what they’re going to do.

But when it comes to security updates to I have the July security patch on here it is early August, so I’m surprised well they’ve kept up with that. Now, when it comes to carrier stuff, I’m not quite sure because I’ve been using the unluck model the entire time.

But I am surprised that the note is getting that many updates over time.

So hopefully that continues even if you buy this phone today. I can see the keyboard just going off like crazy right now. What about that Samsung lag? And I really haven’t experienced it on the Note8.

And the great thing is the later Samsung phones that have come out, I really have an experience that they used to be terrible in the past.

So Samsung, like I haven’t really seen it on this phone. Snapdragon 835 with 6 gigabytes of RAM is held up well.

Now, don’t get me wrong, there are some stutters here and there when it comes to the interface. But over time, you would expect it to get worse.

But this phone performs really well. So I think even if you were to buy this phone today, I think that you would be very happy with it when it comes to the Espin. I have to tell the truth.

I forget that. Is there a lot of times and I don’t use it much as I should.

But when revisiting the device, I use it and really notice how powerful the Espin is. Like editing photos on this and having that precision is very, very nice.

So that’s the one thing that I’m going to do and I’m going to commit to myself on note nine and its review and its coverage that I’m going to use the pen a lot more. And I know some people that just cannot even live without the Espin.

They are hardcore Espin users. And I can see why, because it’s great. So I keep thinking, like, who else does a pen in a flagship device and who can really even compete with Samsung in the space right now? At least not in the US. So let me know in the comments.

I know there are some other notes, series-type phones overseas. So let me know which one competes with the no series anywhere.

I mean, I think they pretty much have this market on lock the dual 12-megapixel cameras even after a year. I think they still hold up well. The images still look great. And even though the improvements have been made across the Galaxy s9plus, which I’m sure we’ll see that in the No.9, the note8 still takes a great image.

The shutter is still fast. You still get life-focused, which is like portrait mode. So I think that even today, most people will be more than happy with this camera.

Those of you that are watching right now that have a Node8, let me know how your cameras held up over time.

Of course, there’s going to be improvements on a note, nine like probably HDR processing all the functions that come with the Snapdragon8. 45, like 4K 60 frames per second. But if you.

Care about those things, then you’re going to be perfectly happy with the notates camera. One of the biggest things that I’m looking forward to and they note nine is the bigger battery size. They note eight has a 30 300 million power battery.

And depending on your usage, you can probably make it through a full day. But if I push his phone hard, I couldn’t make it through a full day and it was made. So sometimes I would make it through and sometimes not. And that’s kind of weird for me.

I expect better from this phone. But with that large display, a lot of times I keep it at least 50 percent, 75 percent, and sometimes I just go crazy and do 100 percent, but I expect a little bit more. Now, what’s great is that you do have a lot of accessories so you can buy different battery cases and things like that.

And there’s wireless charging in here, too, and fast charging. So you can top up you want to.

So if that’s not an issue or if you work primarily at the office or something like that, or if you’re on a long commute and you can charge the phone, that’s fine. But that’s the one thing that I was kind of disappointed with. Note8 is the battery life.

So let’s just wrap this up by asking, is the note8 still worth buying in 2018?

And I’m going to answer that by saying yes because this is the great thing about phones is there’s a choice. So a good thing about the No.9 coming is that the note eight is going to become even cheaper.

So if you can pick up the note at a discount and you don’t care about all the new features that are coming to the Note9, then this is going to be perfect for you.

If you wanted a pen and that big display and that powerful processor and that nice camera, then I think the Note8 is still relevant in 2018. But of course, if you don’t own a node at all and you want to go to the note, of course, by the Note9, because it’s going to be their latest and greatest.

But I still think that the Note8 is going to be goodbye for a lot of people that don’t care about the new features and that are on a budget.

So let me know what you think. There’s going to be a full Note8 versus Note9comparison. I’m going to test everything and I’m going to let you know if it’s worth upgrading to.

There’s going to be a note night coverage. I’ll be getting that device very soon. So make sure you stay tuned. And let me know if you want to see more of these types of revisited videos and I’ll revisit some other phone. So let me know which phone that you want me to revisit in the comments section below.

Realme 7 Pro Full Review/Cover By Tooba

Everyone has finally released their 7 series in the European markets. the 6 series rather than a full-blown-over whole much like the T. versions of Windows phones.

But does this phone have enough features and upgrades for it to be worth it in such a pact midrange market? I’m engine for the GSM arena, and this is our review of the real me 7 pros.

Our first impression of the 70 is that it looks and feels than the cold complex specs would have. Assume the frosted back is split mirror blue color, and it looks and feels like glass. In reality, the phone has a plastic black frame. Well, this is far from the most premium material.

It doesn’t feel cheap. I think the plastic is light for the device of its size and has a surprisingly lovely grip even without a case. The 7 pro size is a middle ground between compact and large handsets.

So it’ll be comfortable for most people to turn the phone around, and you’ll find slim bezels and a small hole punch in the top left. The really 6 pro has who she told punch with an additional otro wide selfie camera.

But I like that they’re preserving more real estate on the 7 pros. The front is protected by gorilla glass 3 plus, and there’s even water repellent coating on the inside suitable for a mid-ranger.

You should keep in mind there’s no ceiling around the phone, though, so you should still keep it away from water. This is a shame because maybe that would have made cleaning outside easier the back loves fingerprint smudges the 6.4 Instagram it has a 1080 P. resolution.

And it’s smaller than the 1 on the real me 6 pros. It doesn’t have a rate either, We’re fans of analog screens, and if we have to choose would take an old over a rate LCD any day of the week quality-wise. We like this particular screen to you color reproduction was sound, though.

You want to slide the temperatures later towards warm for more accurate colors. Brightness was plenty for invalid, and using adaptive brightness, we got a Max of 500 85 minutes, and we got 416.

It’s in manual mode. Real media hasn’t said the phone supports HDR 10, but the screen was recognized HDR 10 by you, too. The phone supports a wide vine L. 1 DRM, so you’ll be able to get maximum quality when streaming videos.

It’s an Adelaide. There’s an under-display finger. Operator and we found that it works all he was concerned you can center media anywhere you want it supports Bluetooth It has a headphone, Jack. Also, unlike many mid-Rangers, this phone has stereo speakers. Using your priest’s second channel, the downward-facing speaker has more bass.

And it’s louder, the sun was balanced between the 2. Still, the phone can use base overall, and we found the output to be a bit shallow on a positive note. The seventh row had perfect loudness in our tests storage-wise.



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