People really seem to love the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. With the big changes that came along with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series — not all of them welcome — the Note 9 might be the last Note of its kind, so people are holding onto them.
Now, a consumer survey from the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) gives us yet more proof that people just can’t get enough of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. The ACSI conducted its annual survey of smartphone customer satisfaction here in the United States, and the Galaxy Note 9 topped the list.
Out of a points scale of 0 to 100, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 received a score of 85. The survey involved hundreds of smartphone owners who gauged their phones using various metrics, such as the ease of making phone calls, battery life, design, video quality, etc.
As one would expect to see here in the US, the rest of the list is filled with phones from Samsung and Apple, with the only LG popping in with two of its budget phones. Other heavy hitters in the smartphone industry — such as OnePlus, Google, Xiaomi, Huawei, etc. — are nowhere to be found.
This survey solidifies a few trends we see often here in the US. The first is that people tend to hold onto their phones for a while, as not one 2020 phone makes the list. The second is that we have a duopoly here with only two brands really seeing any major market share. The third is that people like budget phones are almost as much as they do flagships, as even the Galaxy J7 Prime gets a score of 81.
Regardless, it’s nice to see the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 still getting some love. It really is a great phone.
source android authority and Dilli
9th generation rock on the floor of the people this what I meant for the Samsung to pack with the features on the smartphone unlike going for the gimmicky punches holes and fingerprint ids all the way back like s5 the s9 and note 9 is best, was best and always be that is what we meant for the Samsung to satisfy the needs unlike going for the full-screen display you guys already achieved the full-screen display that was more than enough in 2018 flagships dropping our favourite just for the bezeless trend wasn't working at all also removing the heart rate, headphone jack and iris scanner wasn't that bad move Samsung just to get a full-screen display, and gimmicky punch holes reconsider
the top bezel for all the better biometric like 3d face scanners or even iris scanner and give back the heart rate and dual aperture things like s9 to note 10 plus reconsider the top bezel for all the good biometric system there wasn't need for under-display fingerprint if you wanted you could do it while maintaining the top bezel as well