Gadget watch: New Galaxy Note won’t feel the burn
The cameras have been adjusted to be positionally nicer for users, as has the fingerprint scanner, which always seemed like it was in an odd spot on the Note 8
The phablet that even your folks like is back, and once more it’s an edition that won’t explode. Seriously, Samsung, you’ve got at least two more editions of the Note to get through before we stop making that joke.
The latest generation of the Note has one aesthetic downside: it looks way too much like the Note 8 without looking really closely. Continuing a style makes sense, but not...
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