News & Reviews: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Malaysia release date
Last Updated: Oct 15, 2018
By now, you should have seen what the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 can do for entertainment, travelling and photography, but surprise, surprise, there’s still some useful Samsung Galaxy Note 9 features you probably didn’t know about. While we can’t cover all of them (Seriously, there’s so many) we have highlighted the ones that stood out the most for us below in no particular order.
Last Updated: Oct 12, 2018
We’re sure you’ve read all about how the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is great for travelling, entertainment or even as your PC but we also know that the RM3699 price tag it starts from can be a bit high for some people. Keeping an eye on listings, we spotted a deal where you can now get the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for RM1000 less or in this case, RM2699.
Last Updated: Oct 09, 2018
Previously, we have written articles about what makes the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 an ideal device for businessmen and women, then our editor also tried using it as his only computer for a week which turned out quite well. This time, in this column, we will take a look at 5 reasons why the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is the ultimate entertainment device.
Last Updated: Oct 08, 2018
As we stay more and more connected thanks to technologies, some people would say it's best to keep your smartphone away when going on a road trip with your friends and family because it's a distraction. That's understandable, but I think that only applies to "makan" time and it's not like you're eating all the time right? And of all the smartphones, here are 5 legit reasons for you to bring the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for travelling.
Last Updated: Oct 05, 2018
RM400 cash rebate? You read that right, Samsung Malaysia is organizing this limited time first-come-first-served campaign (ends on 28 October 2018) and it will be available all Samsung Authorized Dealers, except the Samsung Online Store, our local Telcos and inactive stores. The 400 cash rebate is eligible for both the Galaxy Note 9 128GB and 512GB model, which means you can get the phablet at just RM3299 only.
Last Updated: Oct 02, 2018
So we have been getting a few inbox messages about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, most particularly about the battery lifespan. Some new owners are complaining about the battery drainage, but there are others that aren't having any problems. Previously, we did grind it pretty hard with intense gaming but we decided to do another test again to see how does the battery fare in a day on average "daily driver" usage this time. So without further ado, here's our Samsung Galaxy Note 9's battery lifespan in a day.
Last Updated: Sep 30, 2018
The Samsung Galaxy Note series has traditionally been the performance workhorses of the Samsung Galaxy stable and while it pioneered big sized phablets, it is just as well known for its ability to do work on the go. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is no different and this time around we tried it out for 1 week with the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 as my only computer.
Last Updated: Sep 25, 2018
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 not only takes great photos and offers brand-new S-Pen stylus functionality but it is also one of the most suitable smartphones for business users on the go. Find out the top reasons why business people prefer the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in no specific order below.
Last Updated: Sep 22, 2018
From our previous post about the Samsung Galaxy Note9's camera capabilities, I guess everyone is not really surprised by the photo quality taken by the phablet. We are back again this time with another photo showcase in night photography. Our boy, Jim has taken the liberty of exploring the streets of Kuala Lumpur and if you like street photography, here are some of our tips on how to use the Galaxy Note 9 for night photography on the streets!
Last Updated: Sep 20, 2018
It's been a couple of weeks now since the Samsung Galaxy Note9 made its debut and we have been writing a lot of stuff about it. From battery to performance and even some cool tricks that we found out, but at the end of it all, these are just incremental updates and so begs the question - Is it worth upgrading the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to the Samsung Galaxy Note 9?