The coolest feature about the new Note 9's design is that it is in two vibrant colors. The Ocean Blue version and the deeper Lavender Purple version. The Ocean Blue bags a yellow S Pen, which you can use to write in yellow on the screen.
Not too long, after the release, Samsung publicized the availability of Midnight Black versions and new Cloud Silver of the Samsung Note 9. These should be available by now. Cloud Silver will be completely sold through Samsung's official website, while the Midnight Black version will be taken to all retailers.
If you can differentiate the Note 9 and Note 8 from a distance, give yourself kudos; the differences between them are so small and can be hardly noticeable.
The two devices have the same bodies — the two devices both are 6.4 inches long and 0.34 inches deep. The Samsung Note 9’s screen is a splash larger at 6.4 inches compared to the Note 8’s 6.3-inch panel, which makes it the biggest screen Samsung’s has ever put in a Note phone.
The new device is a small but heavier than the Note 8, but I couldn’t feel the dissimilarity when holding both phones.
The major change in the device is the fingerprint sensor, which Samsung intelligently moved from beside the double-lens camera to under it. This makes it easier for those of us with tiny hands to unlock the device without stressing our fingers. Just note that the back of the new device smudges easily.
The Galaxy Note 9 is the newest model to be released from the Note line of phones. This device is made for professionals who want to do more with their phones as it bags a stylus called an S Pen that lets for accurate input control.
Did you also know that the device has a native Quick Response Code reader which can simply be used to scan different QR Codes? For you to be able to use this feature you will need to first activate the Bixby Vision feature of the device. To use this tool, the phone needs to be connected to a Wi-Fi or even to a mobile network. You also need to be registered and sign in to your account.
How To Scan QR Codes On Galaxy Note 9
- To turn on Bixby Vision, open the Camera or Gallery application
- When you begin the Bixby Vision for the first time, you will need to sign in to your account. Click SIGN IN and then follow the on-screen information. If you are signed in, this step will not show up.
- Also, Read and agree to the regulations and their terms and conditions and then click OK.
- Give access to the permissions for necessary application to use Bixby Vision.
- After the setup, when a product is scanned and recognized, the available search icons will show up.
- Point the camera at the Quick Response Code to read its details.