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How Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 stacks up against the iPhone X

[2018-08-10 09:39:37]

Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 9 is official, and the company has once again outdone itself when it comes to putting a truly staggering amount of firepower into a phone. The top-of-the-line model offers a whopping 512GB of storage and 8GB of RAM, which are numbers that put most midrange laptops to shame. Specs that — on paper — could put some laptops to shame But in 2018, the smartphone market is already pretty tough. And both Apple and Google are already gearing up to release their own updated flagships this fall, so the Note 9’s competition is only going to get tougher. As is now tradition with these posts, it’s important to realize that raw specs don’t always tell the full story for a smartphone. What manufacturers do with their hardware,...

How Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 stacks up against the iPhone X


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