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  • Samsung's flagships have always had two large hardware versions, namely Qualcomm and Samsung Exynos platform. Generally speaking, the performance of each aspects of Qualcomm platforms will be better. Now, we have the Galaxy Note 9, the model name is SM-N960N, which is based on the Samsung platform.
    The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 comes with "a camera that automatically enhances every picture". The Dual Aperture lens that self-adapts between F/1.5 and F/2.4 apertures depending on available light, and the sub camera has an about 52mm equivalent telephoto lens, with F/2.4 aperture.
    After the screen was expanded to 6.4 inches, the 4000mAh battery capacity ensures better battery performance, and the fast charge and wireless charge was also available. There is really no obvious short board. Can the Korean version of the Galaxy Note 9 we bought be better in the call performance and hands-free experience?
    Although the appearance and the screen are exactly the same, but the two versions of the Galaxy S9+ have very different intrinsic, the SoC is Samsung's second-generation 10nm LPP process Exynos 9810, octa-core CortexA73 + A55 architecture. Besides, power management, RF antenna, etc., other important IC chips also come from Samsung's own Shannon series.
    There has been two versions existence of Samsung's S series hardware platform, one is Qualcomm Snapdragon version, while the other Exynos version is rarely seen in China mainland. This time, a rich user sent us the Galaxy S9 + [SM-G965N].
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