If you marry the size of the Note 8 with the build and design of the Galaxy S9 Plus, you have the Note 9. The position of the fingerprint sensor has been changed to sit below the camera for easy access. The back is glass and supports wireless charging. It will be available in 128 and 512GB storage giving the device ample storage. Add to it the fact that the device can house a microSD card and you are looking at a whopping 1TB of storage on the go. We will take an in-depth look at the smartphone when it launches in India. Today, let’s see how it stacks up against the competition, at least on paper. We’ve thrown in the Galaxy S9+ as well to see how different it is from the Note 9. For this comparison, we have the iPhone X and the LG G7 ThinQ.
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