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Amazon Takes $400 off Samsung’s Galaxy Note9 Smartphone

In the midst of quarantine and social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19, our smartphones have become even more essential to stay connected with friends and family. If you’ve been dealing with an old battery, cracked screen, or general subpar performance, it may especially be the right time to upgrade thanks to Amazon’s steep discount on a Samsung Galaxy Note9. Today only, you can get one in purple, black, or blue with 128 or 512BG for $400 and $500 off, respectively.

When the Note9 was released in 2018, we named it one of the best big phones you can get. While the Galaxy S20 Ultra may have a slightly larger screen, the Note9 still exceeds the iPhone 11 Pro Max and Google Pixel 4 XL in terms of size with its 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with excellent color contrast and brightness. It also gained extra functionality with its Bluetooth-connected S-pen stylus, setting it further apart from Apple alternatives. We also commended the Note9 for its innovative cooling system, large 4,000mAh battery, well-tuned speakers, and quality photography and video in all lighting conditions.

If you’re relegated to work from home during the coronavirus pandemic, the Note9 may also have features to help, such as turning the smartphone into a desktop computer through Samsung’s DeX that allows you to connect it to a monitor. The Note9 may not be the latest smartphone release, but it’s still a top-of-the-line option. And if you’ve been considering upgrading, now may be the perfect time, since you can get one for as low as $600 from Amazon today. Plus, what better way to keep occupied when staying home than playing with a new gadget?

This Article was first published on popularmechanics.com

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