The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has launched and features some truly great hardware, including a larger battery, substantial 512GB of internal storage, an improved S-Pen with Bluetooth capabilities, and an upgraded DeX. We’re currently testing the newest Note flagship in our office and will have a full review of the gadget soon.
Here’s a peek at what the Note 9 comes with in the package, though, before we get into the actual phone. One of the few manufacturers that bundles a tonne of accessories with each phone is Samsung. See what Samsung included in the Galaxy Note 9 retail box below.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9: In-Box Accessories
A simple black box with just the Samsung logo on top and labels with product details on the side houses the Galaxy Note 9 when it is first unwrapped. When you open the box, all of this will be there.
- Galaxy Note 9 smartphone with S Pen
- Transparent protective cover
- SIM tray ejector pin
- Adaptive fast charger
- USB Type-C cable
- USB Type-C to Type-A adapter
- AKG earphones
- Replacement earbuds
- Extra S-Pen tips
- S-Pen tip ejecting tool
- User guide
It goes without saying that the Galaxy Note 9’s box contents are befitting of a flagship handset, in contrast to the sea of mid-range and some high-end devices that essentially only provide a charger and a USB connection as accessories.
The Galaxy Note 9’s 4,000mAh battery may be swiftly charged using the adaptive fast charger that comes with the device, which has an output rating of 9V/1.67A or 5V/2A.
These useful accessories, which were also present in the Note 8 retail packaging, include additional S-Pen tips and an S-Pen tip ejector tool.
The AKG earphones, which are already a standard feature on Samsung’s flagships, are the last option. The included AKG earphones are grey, with angular earbuds that sit more comfortably in the ear. The braided cable has a rubberized upper half and a braided finish below where the cable splits. Expectations are undoubtedly high because the AKG earbuds that came along with the Note 8 were great, even though we haven’t had a chance to test them out yet.
What do you think of the retail packaging contents for the Galaxy Note 9? Did Samsung overlook any add-ons that, in your opinion, should have been included with the new Note flagship? Please share your thoughts in the section below.