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T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note 9 unboxing is all about how long the phone’s battery can last

North American carrier T-Mobile has a habit of unboxing Samsung’s newest flagships (and other phones) in style, and the Galaxy Note 9 has received similar treatment. Only this time, Desmond Smith, the carrier’s Content Director, took the phone out on an all-day trip to see how long its 4,000 mAh battery can survive. Only this wasn’t a regular trip, but one that involved multiple rollercoaster rides, some jet skiing, and a bit of paragliding.

Galaxy Note 9 battery holds its own, as expected

The Galaxy Note 9 started off at 100 percent at 9:05 am and lost only one percent battery in idle in the next 1 hour and 25 minutes. Cue a bit of camera use to show off its features to prospective customers that will be queueing up at T-Mobile’s stores, followed by recording some video footage up in the air, and the phone still had 42 percent remaining at 7:40 PM. The day ended at 8:01 PM with 36 percent battery remaining, but not before the S Pen was used to remotely click a few selfies.

Naturally, T-Mobile’s unboxing video isn’t a true real-life example, especially since it doesn’t involve the user actually using the phone all day like many of us tend to. But it’s a pretty neat way to talk about one of the Galaxy Note 9’s best features while also talking about the rest of them in the process.

Check out the video below, and if you haven’t already, see what we think of Samsung’s newest Note in our hands-on preview. If you’re a T-Mobile customer, check out the carrier’s official pricing information for the Galaxy Note 9.

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allargon
allargon

Turn off the wifi and start using Instagram. Then, let’s see how the battery performs.

Osensnolf
Osensnolf

Turn off Instagram and see how well you perform. Now get back to work!

stondec
stondec

😂 😂 😂. So true.