The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 stock ringtones are here. The Galaxy Note 9 is possibly the last device in the Note series of devices from Samsung.
Samsung unveiled the incremental Galaxy Note 8 update I.e the Galaxy Note 9, the latest and greatest device in the Korean tech giant’s smartphone portfolio. For those living under a rock, the Galaxy Note 9 is equipped with a Corning Gorilla glass 5 protected 6.4in HDR10 compliant Quad HD+ 18:5:9 AMOLED display that translates to a 516 PPI pixel density.
A flagship level Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor is at the helm of the Galaxy Note 9. Multitasking is handled by a generous 8GB or 6GB of RAM coupled with 512GB or 128GB of internal storage capacity respectively. A microSD card slot is available for further memory expansion, how on earth can a Note series smartphone from Samsung be complete without a provision for memory expansion, right?. A big 4000mAh is onboard the Note 9 to keep it ticking on and on.
Cameras that are lifted straight off the Galaxy S9+
It is of no doubt that Samsung S and Note series of devices have one of the best cameras out there in the smartphone space. Speaking of which, the Note 9 is equipped with a dual aperture 12MP primary sensor (f/1.5 or f/2.4) (OIS) combined to a secondary 12MP (f/2.4 telephoto lens) (OIS) rear camera setup lifted straight off the S9+. For all the selfieholics out there, an 8MP (f/1.7) front cam is onboard the Note 9. Both the rear and front cameras can record videos at a resolution of up to 2160p @ 60fps, slow-mo 720p @ 960fps and 1440 @ 30fps respectively.
The S Pen is all you need, after all this the most productive device on the market for mobile users. Period.
Contrary to the S Pens of the past, the one bundled with the Galaxy Note 9 has quite a few tricks up its sleeve. Speaking of which, the S Pen is now Bluetooth enabled, allowing it to act a remote control for the Note 9. For example, you are now able to capture photos, show off and control presentation slides while at your office, play and pause tracks and much much more by just tapping the button onboard the S Pen.
To be able to use the Bluetooth features, the S Pen is powered by a supercapacitor lasting for 30 minutes on a single charge (if the battery ever dies, the usual and non-Bluetooth S Pen features will work). With that said, charging the S pen is child’s play, as in it just takes 40 seconds once you park it back into its mansion, yes, the Galaxy Note 9 mansion!
A simpler plug and pay Samsung DeX
Exclusive on the Note 9 at the moment, now you no longer need a DeX dock, mouse and a physical keyboard to make your phone act as a PC. All you need is a USB-C to HDMI cable and an external monitor (of course) and the Note 9 can be used as keyboard and trackpad for simpler and intuitive PC like experience.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 stock ringtones
We have got our hands on the official stock ringtones that are present on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
Download the Zip via the Google Drive link given below.