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There are things you expect from the Samsung Galaxy Note series. And the Galaxy Note 9, unveiled in New York on Thursday, offers all of them: best processing power, latest camera, and enormous storage. With these features alone the Note 9 would have been considered Samsung’s last LTE phone, packed with all of its legacy features. But the introduction of the new Bluetooth S Pen, as simple as it is, brings a glimpse of hope for more smartphone improvements in a matured market.
A Bluetooth S Pen here’s the Samsung Note 9
Samsung seems to have given more than a passing thought to how Note users use their styluses with the introduction of the new S Pen on
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