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still, this is the best phone i have ever owned and I wish i could hold onto this for 3 more years.
Samsung insulted us with the european exynos chip and then insults us with little or no support. Samsung needs to understand we will walkaway from the brand when a reasonable alternative is available.
Note9 is still goin strong, if Samsung updates their budget phones, they will definitely start to get laggy while the note9 has legit never failed me. I got my Note9 on August 27th 2018 2:23 PM and fell in love the dang thing. **bleep** how Samsung cannot update this phone :(
yeah man its **bleep** really i love Samsung and their hardware but when it comes to support they really are one of the worst, i hope they at least end it right if they started it wrong.
I have a NOTE 9+ and for Samsung not to provide updates for a minimum of 3 years is not only unfair, it's downright greedy. At the very least, Samsung should offer extended updates; ie: the ONE UI 3.0 Update for a nominal fee - I can't afford to spend $1k +/- every (2) years!!
Very true. This note 9 is way better than most of the newer ones. Still has a 3.5 jack, Micro SD. They keep putting out the phones quicker because they are making mistakes that decrease sales and have to come up with a new model to fix the ossie.issue. Stop trying to fix whats not broken.
I pre-ordered Note 9 few minutes after watching unpacked event, and was quite happy with this device. However, aforementioned lack of Android 11 and One UI 3.0 release for end of 2018 best-android-money-could-buy flagship, which typically was compares not to S9, but to S10, perfectly capable of handling updates well, reveals poor marketing choices and failure of top flagships to keep up with newer software. I'm seriously considering moving to Google Pixels as my next phone - hardware is not everyrhing.
I get your point but don't complain. OneUI 3.0 is a terrible piece of software and I'm doing everything I can to get rid of it.
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