Galaxy Note 9 Review: Great, But Is It Worth $1,000?

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Galaxy Note 9 Review: Great, But Is It Worth $1,000?

The Galaxy Note 9 doesn't wow with innovations, but its bigger battery, beefier storage, water cooling and AI camera should satisfy power users.

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