Finally, there’s a smartphone that can keep up with you

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If you hate having to charge your smartphone in the middle of the day because it’s about to run out of battery, the Samsung Galaxy Note9 is the smartphone for you. But, a big battery is only half the story, it’s also got a couple of nifty features for the power user who simply demands the most.

Big Battery

First up, the Galaxy Note9 features one of the largest batteries in any flagship smartphone. It is rated at a whopping 4,000 mAh which is absolutely massive! This means that this is a smartphone that can keep up with even the most demanding power users.

Faster charging

But, you might be worried that with such a large battery, you will have to wait a really long time to charge it fully. Well, you don’t have to worry about that because Samsung’s Galaxy Note9 comes with support for the company’s Adaptive Fast Charging technology. This means that you will be able to top up your big battery in a jiffy via the handset’s USB-C port.

The best part is that the Adaptive Fast Charger comes included in the box for free! That means, everyone with a Samsung Galaxy Note9 will be able to fully charge their smartphone in less than two hours, for no additional cost!

Wireless fast-charging

If, however, you hate wires, you can also enjoy fast charging wirelessly. Samsung’s Galaxy Note9 supports the Qi Wireless charging standard so it will work with a variety of wireless chargers. But, Samsung also offers a fast wireless charging solution which is super conveninet! What’s more, it works like magic! Just place your smartphone on the charging pad and it begins charging.

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Power Saving Mode

That said, if you find yourself being low on power, and nowhere near any charging stations, you can engage the Samsung Galaxy Note9’s Power Saving Mode which cuts a couple of unnecessary features to save power. And if that’s not enough, you can kick it up a notch with the Extreme Power Saving Mode that cuts down on even more features but grants you access to YouTube, Facebook, Whatsapp and Google Maps.

If you’ve been hungry for a smartphone with enough power to keep up with your busy lifestyle, look no further than the Samsung Galaxy Note9. It’s got the capacity to last, the ability to save power and you can spend spend less time charging with the various fast-charging methods — including the bundled fast-charger.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note9 has retail prices starting from RM3,699 and you can pick one up for yourself at all authorised Samsung retailers or online at the Samsung Online Store.