Samsung Galaxy Note 9, the company’s latest flagship device, is inarguably a perfect blend of speed, power and performance. Packed with top-notch software and hardware, the handset is claimed to take both mobile productivity and mobile gaming to the next level.
According to Samsung, mobile gamers always want their device to be equipped with reliable hardware and software. And, the new Galaxy Note 9 is obviously not an exception.
In a blog post, Samsung has explained the innovative technologies it used to make gaming on the Galaxy Note 9 so much fun.
Samsung optimised the Galaxy Note 9 with a 10-nanometer processor that is capable of handling graphics-intensive games with ease.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is equipped with an artificial intelligence-based performance-adjusting algorithm. This algorithm regularly monitors the device’s heat and performance, and supports up to 40 percent more stable FPS (frames per second) when gaming.
“Thanks to machine-learning technology, the device can predict a change in temperature before it occurs and adjust the CPU and GPU, before a drop in FPS occurs,” Samsung said.
Cool and composed
The Galaxy Note 9 lets gamers play graphics-intensive games for long period of time without placing any deal of strain on the phone’s CPU and GPU.
What makes the device perform at its maximum level throughout gaming is a faster more efficient Water Carbon Cooling system than previous generations.
The system comes with a heat pipe, or “thermal spreader,” which is three times larger than that of the Galaxy Note 8, and dissipates heat more effectively.
Enhanced Game Launcher
The Galaxy Note 9’s Game Launcher allows users to customise performance settings for individual games. Users can specify the frame rate, resolution and battery usage level for each game in their collection.
In addition, Samsung has also added pop-up window function to the launcher that allows players to launch certain apps during gameplay. For example, users can look for winning tips and tricks on YouTube or share game information online while playing a game.
The Galaxy Note 9’s 4,000mAh battery is the largest on any flagship Samsung Galaxy smartphone ever.
The company claims that the battery is well-suited for graphics-intensive games whose visuals can drain a battery quite quickly.