The Samsung phones are popularly known for their long-lasting durability. The galaxy series of Samsung phones are very unique and can be seen as a step further in technology because of its amazing features. So now, the major difference between the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S9 is what you need to know.
The Galaxy Note 9 comes with a few newer feature than the S9. It will interest you to know that in spite of the fact that both Galaxy s9 and note 9 are fantastic technologies in the phone world, Note 9 has more unique features than the S9.
The following are the distinguishing features
- The Galaxy Note 9 has a long-lasting and bigger battery capacity than the Galaxy S9 having a 500mAh difference.
- The Galaxy Note 9 comes with a bigger inbuilt storage capacity of 128GB to 512 GB depending on the model and supports an external storage space of 512GB while the S9 comes with a lesser inbuilt memory of 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB with a micro external memory space that supports 512GB.
- Another thing that makes Note 9 irresistible and mouthwatering is its larger RAM. It carries 6 to 8 GB RAM while S9 carries 4 to 6 GB RAM. The more RAM the better a smartphone handles multitask well without issues of lagging.
- Samsung Galaxy Note9 features more useful accessories that the Galaxy S9 don’t have. The S pen, this is one of the most distinctive captivating features of Note 9 which S9 don’t have. The S pen has the ability to function as a remote control to Note 9 in terms of snapping and music, take note, draw, screen off memo, zoom, etc
- Note 9 comes with a newer version of Android. While it supports version 8.1, S9 supports 8.0
- The prices are not the same
Note that, the total capacity of the internal and external memory of note 9 is up to 1 terabyte for the 512GB variant. Also, note that both phones do not support Android’s latest version 9 introduced by Google.
All these mentioned are not all the difference between Note 9 and S9 but they are the key difference. Visit the official Samsung Website to see the full features of both devices.