Aug 9, 2018
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 alerts users to bad photos
The Galaxy Note 9 uses software to identify if the images are blurry or whether the subject is blinking, among other issues. The New York launch comes just over a week after Samsung revealed that sales of its other high-end smartphone - the Galaxy S9 - had disappointed. "For existing Note users - who are fiercely loyal to the devices - the upgrades will be seen as compelling." Samsung has shipped nearly 143 million Galaxy Note handsets since the product line launched in 2011, according to market research firm IDC. That represents about 7% of all the smartphones it has delivered over the period, but their premium prices mean they have accounted for 10% of revenues. Although the device looks similar to its predecessor, the Note 9 is slightly wider and thicker.
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