Samsung Galaxy Note 9 price, specs, review 價錢、規格及用家意見

The cheapest price of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in Hong Kong is HKD499.99 from NewEgg. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 features a 6.4" display, 12 + 12MP back camera, 8MP front camera, and a 4000mAh battery capacity. It also comes with Octa Core CPU and runs on Android. Release date of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is August, 2018.
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The cheapest price of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in Hong Kong is HKD499.99 from NewEgg. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 features a 6.4" display, 12 + 12MP back camera, 8MP front camera, and a 4000mAh battery capacity. It also comes with Octa Core CPU and runs on Android. Release date of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is August, 2018. Read more
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Cheapest Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Price in Hong Kong is HK$ 499.99

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is now available in Hong Kong. The cheapest Samsung Galaxy Note 9 price in Hong Kong is HK$ 499.99 from NewEgg. You can also choose between different Samsung Galaxy Note 9 variants with 128GB Lavender Purple starting from HK$ 499.99. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 price details are updated October 2021.

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Price List by Country for Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Country International Price Price in HKD
Hong Kong HKD 499.99 HK$ 500.00
Indonesia IDR 6.650.000 HK$ 3,668.00
Malaysia MYR 939.00 HK$ 1,750.00
Philippines PHP 8,500.00 HK$ 1,301.00
Singapore SGD 455.00 HK$ 2,631.00
Thailand THB 9,560 HK$ 2,228.00
Vietnam VND 5.590.000 HK$ 1,907.00

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Specs

Screen Size 6.4"
Pixel Density 516ppi
Display Resolution 1440 x 2960pixels
Water Resistant Yes
Scratch Resistant No
Display Technology Super AMOLED
Rear Camera 12 + 12MP
Front Camera 8MP
Camera Lenses Dual Camera
Video Resolution 4K
Storage 128GB
Expandable Memory Yes
Weight 201g
Body Material Glass
Dimensions (W x H x D) 76.4 x 161.9 x 8.8mm
Battery Capacity 4000mAh
Charging Wireless Charging and Fast Charging
CPU Exynos 9810 (10 nm) - EMEA
Processor Core Octa Core
OS Android
OS Version 10
Dual SIM No
SIM Card Nano-SIM
USB Connectors Type-C
5G No
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 b/g/n/ac
Face Recognition Yes
Fingerprint Scanner Yes
Colours Purple
Retail Price 4,380

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Release Date, Price, and Specs in Hong Kong

When the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 launched it was a little bigger, slightly more colourful, a bit more powerful and pricier than prior Note phones, but be warned: it’s no longer the latest Note on the market. It’s been superseded by the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus, but if your budget can’t quite stretch to the new Note asking prices but still looking for an S Pen stylus with your smartphone, the Galaxy Note 9 is still a top handset.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has a sizable 6.4-inch AMOLED display, huge 4,000mAh battery and up to 512GB of internal storage and 8GB of RAM. Slide in a 512GB microSD card, and you can get one of the first mainstream 1TB phones in your hands to save all your photos, videos, and music. That’s more space than a lot of the best laptops on the market.

S Pen Magic Tricks

The S Pen for the Galaxy Note 9 is capable of performing Bluetooth-connected magic tricks from up to 30 feet away. Samsung’s engineers managed to squeeze a small supercapacitor and tiny Bluetooth Low-Energy antenna into the otherwise unchanged stylus so that it can perform various remote functions. The best feature is being able to remotely launch the camera app with a long press of the S Pen button, flip the camera to selfie mode with a single short press, and snap a group photo with two clicks.

Samsung made the S Pen shortcuts customizable:

  • Camera: Flip the camera/ take a photo
  • Camera: Flip the camera/ record a video
  • Music Player: Play and pause music/ skip to the next track
  • Photo Gallery: Advance to the next photo/ cycle back to a previous photo
  • PowerPoint: Back and forth through presentation slides

The Ocean Blue Note 9 has the more dynamic yellow S Pen for a nice contrast. It writes in yellow digital ink, while the Lavender Purple phone has a purple pen and purple digital ink.

Massive Battery Capacity

The Note 9 battery capacity has been unshackled, hitting the 4,000mAh ceiling. This is the best Samsung phone you can buy when it comes to battery life. While there are two Note 9 storage configurations, the battery size, thankfully, is the same no matter which version you buy. You also get Fast Charging and Fast Wireless Charging capabilities.

Design and Display

Samsung’s Super AMOLED display doesn’t need to change much to look really great. It’s consistently the best smartphone screen in the world until the next Samsung phone launches - every year. The 6.4-inch Note 9 screen has grown by a tenth of an inch over the 6.3-inch Note 8 display, the nearly bezel-less Infinity Display is bright and punchy, and confirmed to be 27% brighter and with 32% more contrast ratio than the Note 8. The Note 9 is IP68 water-resistant and dust-proof, and that resistance rating stays the same whether or not the S Pen is embedded.


The Note 9’s rear camera is essentially the same 12-megapixel dual-lens shooter Samsung put in the Galaxy S9+, which means you can capture portraits with blurred backgrounds. The camera also sports a dual aperture, which can automatically open at either f/1.5 to f/2.4 for brighter low-light images or crisper shots, depending on your shooting conditions. But Samsung added artificial intelligence to Note 9’s camera software to set it apart from the other Galaxies, and it really made a difference.

Samsung isn’t the first company to make its camera smart - LG and Huawei flagships both have intelligence baked in for automatically configuring the camera settings depending on what you’re shooting. The Note 9 recognizes 20 scenes, including snow, sunsets, beaches and backlit subjects, and adjusts the contrast, brightness, saturation, white balance and other settings you’d normally have to manually configure in the camera’s Pro mode. You can turn off Scene Optimizer if you’d rather take photos without its intervention.

Did Samsung make a Note 9 Plus?

Yes, the Galaxy Note 9 actually has an even larger display but the S9 Plus has the slightly higher pixel density and screen-to-body ratio (AKA bezel size), so the Note 9 stands toe-to-toe with the S9 Plus.

Is Note 9 still worth buying?

Yes, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is definitely still worth buying. Bigger than the previous Note phones in every way, the Note 9 has a larger 6.4inch screen, heftier 4,000mAh battery, and a massive 1TB of storage option. The already good camera is slightly better, the stereo speakers are a first for the Note, and the Bluetooth-connected S Pen can activate fun customizable shortcuts remotely.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 vs Note 10: Specs

Galaxy Note 10

Galaxy Note 10 Plus

Galaxy Note 9


6.3-inch Dynamic AMOLED (2280x1080)

6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED (3040x1440)

6.4-inch Super AMOLED (2960x1440)


Snapdragon 855; Exynos 9825

Snapdragon 855; Exynos 9825

Snapdragon 845; Exynos 9810




6GB, 8GB



256GB, 512GB

128GB, 512GB




Yes (up to 512GB)

Headphone Jack




Rear Cameras

  • 16MP ultra-wide (f/2.2)
  • 12MP wide angle (f/1.5-f/2.4)
  • 12MP telephoto (f/2.1)
  • 16MP ultra-wide (f/2.2)
  • 12MP wide angle (f/1.5-f/2.4)
  • 12MP telephoto (f/2.1)
  • Time-of-Flight VGA
  • Dual 12MP (f/1.5, f/2.4)

Front Cameras

10MP (f/2.2)

10MP (f/2.2)

8MP (f/1.7)

Battery Size





Android 9 Pie with Samsung OneUI

Android 9 Pie with Samsung OneUI

Android 9 Pie with Samsung OneUI


  • Aura Glow
  • Aura White
  • Aura Black
  • Aura Blue
  • Aura Glow
  • Aura White
  • Aura Black
  • Aura Blue
  • Lavender Purple
  • Ocean Blue
  • Cloud Silver
  • Midnight Black


5.9 x 2.8 x .31 inches

6.4 x 3.0 x .31 inches

6.3 x 3 x 0.34 inches

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Reviewed on 2019-04-08
Huge, stunning OLED screen, Incredible battery life, Plenty of processing power, Useful S Pen stylus
Very expensive, Niche upgrades over Galaxy S9+, Disappointing AR Emoji
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Reviewed on 2019-02-11
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Light into the dark! All smartphone manufacturers want you to believe that their smartphone has the best camera. This year, we have chosen to compare the camera capabilities of seven flagship smartphones released in 2018. We will also consider more left-f...
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Reviewed on 2018-12-31
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Reviewed on 2018-12-07
Class-leading AMOLED display, All-new S Pen, Exquisite hardware, Headphone jack, Excellent camera
Still on Oreo, Bixby still isn't great, Fast charging needs an update
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Reviewed on 2018-12-07
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Reviewed on 2018-11-26
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Reviewed on 2018-11-20
Its 2018 and Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 is more of a beast than ever – on paper anyways. They took the kitchen sink analogy and moved the needle up even further. You got up to 8GB of RAM, a water-cooling system, up to 1TB of storage, a more powerful S Pen, a...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-26
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is easily one of the best Android smartphones you can buy in 2018, and one of the best smartphones overall. Samsung's been making big screen smartphones since before it was cool, and the experience and maturity helps the Galaxy N...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-08
Still a sexy design, Build quality remains strong in the Note series, Samsung's displays are always amazing, Strong performer breezes through everything quickly, S-Pen options are much better this year, Battery life lasts all day and beyond, Speakers are...
Glass back is a fingerprint graveyard, Pricing is very high, approaching the range some users may pass, Bixby (and its button) is improved but is still not going to be for everyone
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Reviewed on 2018-10-05
Slightly more comfortable to grip, Superfluid gesturebased UI, Face ID is better than Samsung's faceor irisscanning solutions, More powerful chip offers better graphics in gaming, access to niche creative software, Allows access to the Apple ecosystem — i...
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Reviewed on 2018-09-28
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Reviewed on 2018-09-26
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Reviewed on 2018-09-20
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Reviewed on 2018-09-20
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Reviewed on 2018-09-17
Beautifully vibrant and sharp display, exceptionally powerful hardware, impressive battery life, superb cameras, S Pen has innovative features,
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Reviewed on 2018-09-13
Good exposure, White balance is almost always right, Great Portrait Mode performance, Food Mode performs amazingly, Vibrant colors
Bad dynamic range (HDR), Food Mode can make images look warm, Over-processing can hurt detail
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Reviewed on 2018-09-10
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Reviewed on 2018-09-10
Very good autofocus and effective tracking, Bright and vivid colors, Exposure accuracy is good and updates quickly, Fine detail retained in outdoor lighting, Noise levels are low in bright lighting, Effective stabilization when moving and during still mot...
Loss of detail in low-light conditions, Chroma and luminance noise slightly visible in low light, Aliasing occasionally visible in outdoor scenes
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Reviewed on 2018-09-10
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