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If your smartphone is starting to get laggy, then perhaps it’s time for an upgrade.
Today only, the Samsung Galaxy Note9 is on sale for $600, or $400 off at Amazon, as part of the retailer’s deal of the day. Not only is it a whopping 40 percent off, but this is the lowest price ever on the top-rated smartphone.
The Samsung Galaxy Note9 has an impressive 12-hour battery life, thanks to its 6GB of memory paired with 128GB of onboard storage (which you can expand to up to 512GB). It has a massive 6.4-inch touchscreen display, which one delighted reviewer enthusiastically described as “extraordinary.”
Perhaps the best part of the Samsung Galaxy Note9 is the S-Pen stylus. Use it to draw, sketch, take handwritten notes, or even mark up photos. You can also use it to navigate your phone without having to touch your screen.
“The S-Pen is fantastic,” added an excited Amazon reviewer. “You can write notes and save them from the lock screen, which I have already used a couple of times. Once you break the habit of using your fingers to do everything and using the pen instead, your phone's screen doesn't need to be cleaned nearly as often.”
For $600, the Samsung Galaxy Note9 is a high quality and premium smartphone for just about anyone—especially anyone that loves the perks that come with having a massive screen. Reviewers even prefer the screen to the one on their iPhone:
“I also have the iPhone Xs Max and I have to say that phone does not use the big screen AT ALL,” one shopper shared. “No picture-in-picture, no dual screens. Heck, you can't even do full screen video unlike the Note 9.”
“The Note 9 does it all and with a pen,” they added.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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