And to get it, it sure looks like you'll need to go into the Galaxy Apps store.
Featuring a 6.4-inch SuperAMOLED display with a resolution of 2960×1440 pixels, the Galaxy Note 9 includes the "largest" Galaxy Note Infinity display ever.
We haven't had a chance to benchmark it yet, but Samsung claims that the Note 9 (like all of its phones over the past several years) supports the fastest network speeds of any phone on the market (up to 1.2 Gbps). And unlike the iPhone, it still has a headphone jack.
Finally, we have the Galaxy Note 9's camera performance.
Unveiled today in NY, the Galaxy Note 9 features a large battery, a Bluetooth-enabled S Pen, and lots of storage. Basically, if the image isn't optimal, you'll know right away so you can take another one without having to examine it first. No photo editing necessary. It then enhances saturation, white balance, brightness and contrast depending on the setting.
But following in the footsteps of the Galaxy S9 earlier this year, the Galaxy Note 9 breaks with tradition and employs a series of ancillary changes rather than introducing any major design modifications.
In addition, the leaked "Galaxy" skin is also confirmed as an exclusive for Samsung Galaxy owners who download the game.
For one, you no longer have to dock your phone into a separate device. The subsequent recall cost the company over $5 billion.
Without a doubt the Galaxy Note 9 is a very well-equipped flagship smartphone, and it's a comfortable device to hold too.
As for software, it's typical Samsung: the Note9 ships with Oreo, and Samsung isn't making any promises as to when it will get Android 9 Pie.
The Note9's camera gets an AI-powered scene optimizer. Users can choose between 128GB or 512GB. The S Pen is said to be the highlight of the handset and come with new features such as camera shutter, control music playback and more.
The stylus, which connects to the phone withBluetooth, now acts as a remote control.