[Poll Results!] What is your initial take on your Galaxy Note 9’s battery life?
We have heaped many praises on Samsung for putting a big battery inside the Galaxy Note 9, and it wouldn’t be an understatement to say we might even have overdone it. But after years of waiting for a Galaxy flagship that isn’t just average at battery endurance, we really can’t help it. And it’s a good thing the phone’s real-life battery performance keeps up and that no cases of a Note 9 catching fire have come to light. Of course, it’s only been a little over a week since the Galaxy Note 9 hit retail shelves worldwide, but we would love to know what your early impressions are of the phone’s battery life.
Has the Galaxy Note 9’s battery life lived up to your expectations?
As we said in our Galaxy Note 9 review, it’s perfectly capable of lasting an entire workday and then some on a single charge, making it an excellent device for power users and regular consumers alike. Has that been the case for your Galaxy Note 9 as well, or do you think it’s not as good as you expected? Or does your experience fall somewhere in between excellent and average? Go ahead and tell us by voting in the poll below, then expand on your thoughts in the comments section.
Results: Well, it looks like a majority of voters (45 percent) think the battery life on the Galaxy Note 9 is great. 29 percent say they expected more (and some of us here at SamMobile fall in that category), while 5 percent say it sucks. It’s unclear how that is possible, but we’re guessing some of us expected the 4,000 mAh battery to work wonders without considering all that the Note 9 is packed with and is eating up battery juice. 12 percent voters say it’s too early to comment, so we’ll be sure to have such a poll up again in the coming months for an updated take from our readers.