Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 Promo Videos Appear On YouTube

Samsung has announced its new flagship, the Galaxy Note 9 today, and the company has released its first batch of promo videos for the device. Through these videos, Samsung is trying to show you the main aspects / features of the Galaxy Note 9, and hopefully get you interested in the device. The company has released six videos in total, talking about the phone’s design, S Pen stylus, camera, performance, battery life, and Samsung DeX.

The first video that you will see embedded down below refers to the design of the Galaxy Note 9. This video will allow you to get a better look at the Galaxy Note 9 from pretty much every angle, and it will also allow you to take a look at its all-new S Pen, in all available colors. The second and third video emphasize the phone’s S Pen stylus, and it’s all new remote control feature, for the most part. You can use the Galaxy Note 9’s S Pen as a remote shutter if you want to (up to 10 meters), as it has Bluetooth built-in now. These videos also talk about the PENUP-powered Live Drawing and Photo Drawing features, if that’s something you’re interested in. The fourth video that is listed down below, will show you the phone’s camera UI, and how easy is it to operate, plus it will show you some of its features.

Performance is one of the most important aspects of every smartphone, and via the fifth promo video down below, Samsung claims that the Galaxy Note 9 delivers in that area. That video also puts some focus on the device’s battery, as the Galaxy Note 9 includes a 4,000mAh battery on the inside which should be able to provide you with a full day’s worth of usage. This video also boasts expandable storage of the Galaxy Note 9, and the phone’s resistance to water and dust via its IP rating. The last video that is embedded down below promotes Samsung DeX. Using the Galaxy Note 9, and the all-new HDMI Adaptor, you can use the Galaxy Note 9 on the big screen, all you have to do is connect your phone to the monitor / TV of your choice.

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