Samsung unveils gaming-friendly Galaxy Note 9, targeting younger customers

Samsung unveils gaming-friendly Galaxy Note 9, targeting younger customers

Samsung unveils gaming-friendly Galaxy Note 9, targeting younger customers

If you already pre-ordered the phone, plan on picking one up, or are just curious, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 forums are open now!

We're looking forward to spending more time with the Samsung Galaxy Watch over the coming week, so be sure to check back in to T3.com for our full review. Also, get an insight into the dealings of the top companies in India from Business Today's award-winning journalists.

Samsung has faced intense competition recent years, both from big names such as Huawei and longstanding rival Apple, and a raft of budget smartphone manufacturers.

It makes one wonder why Samsung bothered putting on a large event for such a thing, at enormous cost, just to announce some small changes to the phone. Let us know in the comments! The hot new wearable is available in two sizes a feminine 42mm one that'd be available in black or rose gold, and a larger, more masculine 46mm one that will only be available in silver.

Shares of Samsung were down 3.5 percent in Seoul, mirroring weakness in other chip-related stocks.

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SAMSUNG is poised to go head-to-head with Apple in the race to put a device on your wrist this year after unveiling its first smartwatch that will work without a phone connection. It looks similar to last year's 6.3-inch Note 8 but sports a revamped Bluetooth stylus - a long-time selling point of the Note series - as well as an upgraded camera that takes sharper photos than the S9 released earlier this year, Samsung said Thursday. The price for the standard 6GB/128GB version is INR 67,900 ($985) while the 8GB/512GB is INR 84,900 ($1,232). It has improved battery life over previous Samsung watch models, and will be compatible with a new charger that can simultaneously charge smartphones and the watch.

However, it wasn't initially available on phones running the Android operating system.

Spotify will be supported on the speakers, along with all other Samsung devices - news that sent shares in the music-streaming service provider up almost 5 percent. The Samsung Galaxy S10 should have a much larger battery, for starters, and it sorely needs such a thing.

You will be able to use the automatic switching and setup services on Samsung devices even if you don't have a Spotify Premium account: "Spotify users on both Free or Premium will have access to the Samsung multi-device integration across mobile, speakers and TV".

I don't want to ask for too much, but if Samsung can do what it just did with pricing and apply it to bloatware and unnecessary software pre-installed software on future devices, I think everyone would appreciate it. In contrast, the Gear S3 cost $349 (£349) at launch, so providing you plump for the smaller model, this time you can get hooked up for $20 less.

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