This week, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 revealed a high-end device that matches Apple's iPhone X with the most remarkable item on a specification sheet: price. With note 9, Samsung has put his card on the table; In a few weeks Apple will counteract new iPhones, among others – whose rumors hold – an iPhone X Plus that complies with Galaxy Note 9.
Here are some of the key Galaxy Note 9 features and how to They are comparable to what Apple has up to the sleeve for next month.
The big screens are in
For all the flaws like tablets received by Galaxy Note in the early days, Apple introduced the moment an iPhone with big screen – iPhone 6 Plus, back in 2014 – Apple saw a big sales store that revealed the increased demand from People who just wanted a larger screen model.
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Smokers aside, it's logical that Apple would get a bigger model of iPhone X now as the original version has a year of sale under the belt. While I expect iPhone X to get a nice feature key this fall, it's iPhone X Plus that will compete directly with Galaxy Note 9.
According to a Bloomberg Report Apple is planning a new 6.5 inch OLED phone with a screen near 2436 x 1125 pixels. It's a larger diagonal than the 9 note, albeit at a slightly lower screen resolution than the Samsung 2960 x 1440. The plus size iPhone would be in the same resolution as iPhone X, so it's pointed out.
The process battle is already over
Samsung has focused on maximizing processing power under load with the "water charcoal" cooling system in Note 9, but the phone's Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 can not compete with the A11 Bionic processor in iPhone X, like  Tom's First Tests show. This fall's iPhones will probably be shipped with the even faster A12 processor. Design by own processors gives Apple a big advantage, one that does not seem to slow down anytime soon.
The search for storage
Galaxy Note 9 offers a maximum of 512 GB of storage space, twice that offered in the highest end of iPhone X. (Apple offers 512 GB of storage in iPad Pro.) It's hard to imagine a scenario where Apple does not increase the top storage figure of the iPhone X Plus to 512GB, although it will undoubtedly cost a pretty penny for users to make it upgrade.
Samsung Becomes Colorful
One of the most remarkable features of Note 9 design is that it avoids traditional monochrome color styling; This new phone comes in shades of purple and blue. Back in the iMac and iPod days, Apple designed to create whimsical products with bright colors, but today the company puts out products that are almost entirely black and white. The IPhone X glass is beautiful, but you can get the phone in only black or white. The iPhone 8 has a little more variety – it's gold, silver, spaces gray and red – but that's it. Will Apple Finally Break And Allow Something More color in iPhone X after introducing the Product Red iPhone 8 this spring? I would not put money on this, but I'd love to see it. Buying a colorful iPhone case is fun, but having a colorful phone is better.
See S Pen
Samsung has included pen support with Galaxy Note for many years; It is basically a fundamental part of product design. Note 9 of the year is no different, with an upgraded S Pen with Bluetooth connection. After years of conventional wisdom and statements from Steve Jobs, Apple suggested never to build a Touchscreen stylus, the company launched Apple Pen for iPad Pro, and saw the success of the product. Earlier this year, Apple also introduced support to a cheaper stylus, Crayon, made by Logitech for the education market.
Will this be the year Apple finally accepts that some people will write on their iPhones too? If there was ever and a product for it, it's now, with the introduction of iPhone X Plus. The existing Apple pencil simply does not – it's too big for an iPhone – but Apple can introduce a smaller variant, perhaps with the simpler wireless technology included in the Logitech crystal.
Would not it be nice to outline or record notes on a 6.5 inch iPhone with an OLED screen? I think so. iOS apps are there to support this activity. It's up to Apple to build that technology in and embrace the pen just as it did phablet.
In addition to processor speed, the place Apple is most likely to beat Samsung in a run to see who can charge most. IPhone X starts at $ 999, just like Galaxy Note 9. It's hard to imagine that an iPhone X Plus would not start at $ 1,099, and with an upgrade to 512 GB of storage, you could watch a price of or over $ 1,300 The average selling price of an iPhone is currently the highest it's ever been, thanks to iPhone X and the slightly increased prices for iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. Can Apple push the cost higher still? Some argue that the price is what Apple has the best.
For all media hype about the battle between Galaxy Note and iPhone, Samsung and Apple have the two biggest and most loyal customer bases in the smartphone world. A slightly upgraded specification on an iPhone is unlikely to convince a Galaxy Note lover to trade brands, and vice versa.
However, Samsung and Apple are not denied that they are strong competitors, and Apple has made huge gains in pushing into terrain that was first explored by Samsung. If it is actually an iPhone X Plus on the horizon, it will easily be the best competitor of Galaxy Note yet.
Credit: Tom's Guide