Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 is a feature-packed device, and it comes with so many options that it’s sometimes impossible to know they exist without actually reading tech article like this one.
Even though the South Korean company has never been in a rush to push new Android versions to its devices, as it’s the case right now with Android 9.0 Pie, Samsung users have little to be frustrated about.
Pretty much because Samsung’s custom Android version comes with features and tools that aren’t even available in the latest Google OS releases, so as long as security patches are shipped, there’s no reason to complain about.
One of the features that come in very handy on the Galaxy Note 9, but which I think still needs further improvements, is the fingerprint sensor that supports gestures.
Because yes, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 still has a fingerprint sensor, unlike the latest-generation iPhones, which have dropped it in the favor of facial recognition systems embedded into t… (read more)
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