08-07-2018 07:28 AM - last edited on 08-09-2018 01:07 PM by SamsungSeaknell
Yes, it's about that time again. As you may have heard, we shared a little announcement today!
If you missed it, watch the UNPACKED 2018 replay below or on YouTube by clicking here.
Now, tell us what's got you most excited by replying to this post!
08-09-2018 05:04 AM
Does anyone plan on getting the Note9?
I'm seriously still up in the air over it and totally undecided. With the lack of updates that I experience with my 9+, very little design change and seemingly little software changes my not persuade me to drop what I hear may be higher than $1000 for it.
Is anyone convinced it's worth dropping top dollar for the Note9? Should I just wait for the S10 or maybe even go Pixel3XL!?
08-09-2018 10:33 AM - edited 08-09-2018 10:34 AM
First off, Awesome job! Enjoyed the presentation.
My main question, now that the phone has dex built in, why can't the phone now act like a mouse and keyboard?
Here is my desire. I am on the go and all i need to take is a pocket projector (samsung could make one), and i connect via HMDI where the phone then acts like the mouse and keyboard. Then, you have full computer capabilities within your pocket!
Senio Design Engineer - GEA
08-10-2018 05:14 AM
Yes it is worth it. Improved battery, built in DEX (HUGE), smart camera, super slow mo (not sure what speed this is), akg speakers, auto apature adgj, bluetooth s pen
Yeah you're right. I preordered. Now I need to figure out what to do with my Note8 and 9+
08-13-2018 02:37 PM - edited 08-13-2018 02:39 PM
4K 60 frames per second five minutes of video recording time 4K 30 frames per second 10 minutes of video recording time why have all that memory if you can't even record unlimited amounts of video time please fix this issue it would be awesome stop putting caps on recording video time down grades the value of the phone hope you can fix this issue with a patch thank you Samsung but I will not be buying this phone till it's fixed
08-14-2018 08:01 AM
The new Dex is amazing. Not needing to carry a dock with me everywhere is easily one of the best features, and while its plugged in, the phone becomes a keyboard and touchpad.
You can also connect bluetooth hardwares, but all you need is the phone and the cord, which should work great with a portable projector.