Samsung Galaxy Note9

Samsung’s Bixby 2.0 lets the Galaxy Note9 do more for you

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Sometimes you need a little help to be the most productive version of you. Someone or something you can rely on, someone who understands you in way only you do. Sometimes, you need an assistant. And with the Samsung Galaxy Note9, you get your very own virtual assistant right in your smartphone.

It’s called Bixby 2.0 and it has quite a few tricks up its sleeve. Let’s just say that it’s now smarter than ever before so you can say less and do more.

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note9 doesn’t compromise on performance, neither should you

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Power users are called power users for a reason. They demand for the best and won’t settle for less. They need power and uncompromising performance every single day, and that’s not something every smartphone can provide.

Luckily, the Samsung Galaxy Note9 isn’t like every other smartphone. It’s a smartphone that’s designed to give power users exactly what they want. Exactly what they need.

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Samsung Galaxy Note9 in Lavender Purple now available with free 512GB microSD card

Samsung Galaxy Note9 Malaysia Lavender Purple

If you’re looking for a new colour for the Galaxy Note9, Samsung has just announced the arrival of its Lavender Purple option in Malaysia. The new colour is available only for the high-spec version that comes with 8GB RAM and 512GB of storage.

As a limited time promo, Samsung Malaysia is doubling up on its storage by offering a free 512GB microSD card which gives it a total of 1TB of storage. 

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iPhone XS Camera vs iPhone X, Note9 and P20 Pro

When the iPhone XS was announced, it retained a similar dual 12MP main camera configuration as last year’s iPhone X. On paper, it looks like nothing has changed, however, if you look deeper, Apple has actually made a couple of notable upgrades. This include larger pixels at 1.4-micron (iPhone X: 1.22 micron), a new Smart HDR feature and it uses a lot more machine learning thanks to its newer Apple A12 Bionic chip.

A couple of weeks ago, we took the iPhone XS for a camera shootout in Batu Caves together with the iPhone X, Galaxy Note9 and the P20 Pro. Is the iPhone XS’s camera significantly better than the rest? Read on to find out.

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