The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 stock wallpapers are here. As for the phone, it is just nothing more than an incremental upgrade over its Note 8 predecessor.

The new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 behemoth of a smartphone. Image source: GsmArena.com

Korean tech giant Samsung took the wraps off the new “Super Powerful Note” on August 9th, 2018. Yes, you guessed it right, Samsung introduced the new Galaxy Note 9 at Samsung Unpacked in New York City yesterday. By the looks of it and what it seems to offer, the Galaxy Note 9 seems to be just an incremental update over its Note 8 predecessor. Speaking of which, the tech giant is actually busy focusing on bringing a totally reimagined flagship 2019, the Galaxy S10 or X or whatever it is going to be called.

As expected, this year’s Note flagship is powered by the latest and greatest, mighty and powerful, flagship grade Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC coupled with an Adreno 630 GPU (USA/China) or Exynos 9810 Octa coupled with a Mali-G72 MP18 (EMEA) aided by 6GB of RAM (128GB internal storage) or 8GB of RAM (512GB of internal storage). Thankfully, a dedicated MicroSD card slot (utilizes SIM2 slot on dual-SIM models) that can handle cards of up to 512GB in size is available in the device for expanded storage. Providing visuals is a 6.4in 1440 x 2560 pixels Quad HD+ HDR10 compliant AMOLED Infinity display with an aspect ratio of 18:9 and a sharp pixel density of 516 PPI. As expected from any high to mid-range Samsung device in the recent past, the Galaxy Note 9 is IP68 dust proof and water resistant.

A brand new Bluetooth enabled S Pen-powered by a supercapacitor

An all-new Bluetooth enabled S Pen. Image source: GsmArena.com

Galaxy Note 9 features an all-new Bluetooth enabled S pen that can help capture images via the Note 9’s camera along with various other tricks by functioning as a remote control. Speaking of which, the new S Pen is powered by a supercapacitor that helps it stay charged for half an hour to be able to use the Bluetooth features (of course, if the battery dies, you can use other usual S pen features like you did in previous S Pens in the past). Charging is done by simply inserting the S pen into the Galaxy Note 9 and to fully charge it to 100% only takes just 40 seconds.

Camera

Dual camera setup: Dual Aperture wide angle 12MP (f/1.5) (PDAF + OIS) + 12MP (f/2.4) (OIS + 2x optical zoom) sensor combo. Image source: GsmArena.com

Photography is handled by a dual camera setup at the rear featuring a dual-aperture wide angle 12MP (f/1.5 lens) (PDAF + OIS)  + 12MP (f/2.4) (OIS + 2x optical zoom) sensors combination assisted by a single LED flash. The rear camera can record videos at a resolution of up to 4K @ 60fps and slow-mo 720p @ 960fps. An 8MP (f/1.7) shooter is present upfront for selfieholics out there. The front facing camera can record videos at a resolution of to 1440p @ 30fps.

Battery and connectivity

A massive 4000mAh battery for the massive Galaxy Note 9. Image source: GsmArena.com

A massive and impressive 4000 mAh battery is onboard the giant Galaxy Note 9 to provide decent enough juice to keep it ticking on and also the device comes bundled with a 15W Adaptive Fast Charging charger to top it up fast enough in the morning via the USB Type-C port. Coming to the connectivity side of the Galaxy Note 9, it has you all covered but with a catch as in it has Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0 LE with AptX audio codec support, A2DP and EDR, GPS and more. Thankfully, the device retains the good old headphone jack we all love. The Galaxy Note 9 runs on Android 8.1 Oreo-based Samsung Experience UI 9.5 out of the box.

Pricing, availability and color options

Available starting August 24, 2018, in stores across the world. Image source: GsmArena.com

In the US, the 8/256GB and 6/128GB variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will set you back $999 and $1250 respectively and will be available on major carriers in the country. The device will be only available in Lavender Purple and Ocean Blue in the US market. In the UK, the device will cost £899 for the 6/128GB variant and £1,099 for the 8/256GB variants and the country will get three colors namely the Might Black, Lavender Purple, and Ocean Blue. The device will be available starting August 24, 2018, at stores in various parts of the world along with of course the aforementioned regions.

Download Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Wallpapers

We have got our hands on the official stock wallpaper(s) that is present in the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

Download the Zip via the links given below or click to enlarge the wallpaper(s) available below and then save it to your phone or PC. The resolution of the wallpaper(s) is 2560 x 2560px. The wallpapers look and feel identical to those featured on the Galaxy Tab S4.

Enjoy and happy wallpapering!

Download Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Stock Wallpapers.zip

Download Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Stock Ringtones.zip

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13 COMMENTS

  1. Well, actually I’m buying 8 of them for myself and my consultancy colleagues. It represents a substantial tax write off for our engineering business every year so there’s nothing imbecilic about it. That still doesn’t change the fact that your comment that this is just an incremental upgrade was not very well thought out.

  2. Thank you for your opinion and feedback on the article, it matters a lot to us 🙂 Now, it’s a no brainer that only an imbecile would spend almost a $1000 (and also only an imbecile would think that the Note 9 is a huge upgrade over the Note 8) for small little upgrades if he/she already has a Note 8. However, for those rocking a Note 5, sure the Note 9 is a much needed upgrade but they may still want to hold on to their Note 5 because of the upcoming S10 flagship which is just a few months away. Speaking of which, the phone will be 5G network capable and is expected to be Samsung’s All new and completely revamped model ever in terms of features like a UD fingerprint sensor, triple camera, possibly true bezel less design, new look for the rear panel, of course revamped UI and who knows maybe it’s going to be a foldable or flexible one along with many many more features.

    I’m not of the opinion that “don’t buy the Note 9”, after all it’s your money and you have the choice to purchase whatever you see fit for yourself. I’m just sharing my logical opinion 🙂

  3. This is actually a huge upgrade for those who who have the intelligence to see past the beautiful external design they kept from Note8 which is a good thing. Brighter screen (and slightly bigger) , double the base storage, and with capacity of up to 1tb and 8gb of ram for the 512gb model, new SoC, stereo speakers, dolby atmos, S9 plus cameras with added AI functionality, Bluetooth enabled Spen with many capabilities, Dex without needing a dock. Only an imbecile would call this “just an incremental upgrade”.

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