This man is never gonna need to buy a Phone Charger Anymore
@BRIJENDRA KUMAR ishtu snzm
DIDNT AGE WELL...
Yes billions of phones
Your statement is wrong.heres why, He would need latest fast charger for latest phone 😂technology
this man is never gonna give you up never gonna let you down
Note 3 was my favorite phone ever. Had everything I wanted. Removable battery, IR Blaster, modular build. I had it for 5 years. I was able to replace the battery, usb port and even a broken screen. Flashed the rom later on to LineageOS and got more life out of it. Note 4 would have been the pinnacle if it wasn't for the screen burn-in. Wish someone would make a Flagship with all of these features again.
the worst part is that most TVs still need IR remotes... so many still need that feature.
@Samuel Ojeda Well it worked with TVs, ait conditioners, stereos etc, like a bunch of things around the house where you have to keep multiple remotes for each one
Lol I just to remember using the ir blaster to change channels when I was at the bars or restaurants.
I really miss the IR Blaster. It was so useful.
Still using Note9 now... every year I look at replacing but it still never seems worthwhile. Coming on 4 years now the performance is better than when it was new. Going to wait another year now and see if the 23 ultra will be worth upgrading to eventually 😅 Note9 is truly peak Samsung... not sure if they will ever quite get back to this level.
Damn this hits a bit different knowing that these will forever be every note
the iris scanning on older samsung phones was amazing, worked flawlessly
Even Samsung couldn't have done this comparison better than this guy.
@Nathan Tlanglienthang iiiii mool jjjj
hes awesome, arun delivers always. powerful guy.
I loved the Note edge because if I was texting or working on something and a call came in it would automatically display on the edge and not disturb the main screen where I was working. So well thought out. I could decide whether to ignore the call or answer it.
Note 3 was my first Note and I was hooked. All primary phones I used since then have been Note phones. Note 3, Note 5, Note 9, then went to the Google Pixel 4XL, then back to the Note 20 5G Ultra, and now I have Pixel Pro ordered. An occasional iPhone tossed in there to keep up with that ecosystem as well.
Note 2 was my first smart phone. I remember it being a damn good phone. I've never used anything but a Samsung phone since and now I'm rocking the S22 Ultra. 😎
So glad this was made. I started with Note 5 and loved it but shortly before Note 8 came along, it started chugging on men pretty bad with slowdown and freezing as I needed more power than it could give and, the batter wasn't good enough. I wanted to wait until the Note 9 to upgrade but, the phone performance of the Note 5 at that point drove me crazy so, I moved to Note 8. I enjoyed the Note 8 a lot and it felt like a huge jump forward but, it needed a few refinements to truly get it right. I felt that the Note 9 was what it should have been all along but ultimately was too similar so waited for the Note 10. Sadly, the Note 10+ was disappointing to me with what it lost and some of the other changes it made so, I got the Note 9 to replace my Note 8 instead. As of now, I'm 100% competent with Note 9 and feel NO need to upgrade and the peformance is still top tier. The only thing I am envious of modern phones is 120hz screens. Seeing as the Note line is on ice and they have merged its features into the main S line and also seem to be placing the Fold and Flip as its successor, I may look into those options since it's inevitable that with how I use my phones I will need the upgrade at least RAM wise (I have a 6GB Note 9 however, there is a 8GB variant), as well as have a phone with 5G support.
Man this guy throws more information in my face than an entire school text book but still never allows me to skip not even 5 seconds. The most engaging youtuber that demands the attention of his audience. So much respect for this man.
@TheGoldNShadow toxic people bro
@Ptolemy Glenn what?
@Beam Boy qqq
Ill always remember the Note 4 as the first time mobile pay was functional...like 2 whole years before iPhone had it! Every cashier was blown away by it working at first.
The note series is my favorite series ever. It's in fact what made samsung so special than the other companies... Especially with their early models ,which had bigger screens than any other phone at that time.
Wow! Great recap of the Note series. I started with the Note 9. I love my Notes since then. But, no mention of the headphone jack that disappeared on the Note 10 and Note 20.
I remember having the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 as my first smartphone and I still have it though it hangs many times when I try to use it but the memories of taking it out of my pocket are evergreen.
I got a Note 9 when it came out (I won't lie, I just wanted the Fortnite skin), and it's become such an important phone for me. I've had it for three years now, and I've decided it was better to 1) replace the battery and 2) replace the S-pen, instead of just upgrading the phone to a newer model. I honesty have no interest in upgrading for a while, and even when I do, I'll probably get a Flip or Fold rather than a Note.
The note 9 is the best phone ever maked
@Foud Rabochi when?
@꧁*King*꧂ They ditched the earphone jack . . . I think that's why a lot of people (like me) still hang onto their note 9's. Still an amazing phone.
Lol, is anyone still using S8 to this day? Going strong with it for 5 years straight 😌
@Nugget. #roadto500 so
Such a nice video, I used note 2 as my first note too and used note 3 but after that I lost count but always wondered how line up is going with when note8 launch always wondered was there even note 5,6,7 which is note edge and what’s new over older in each model, and this video answered it all.
Great review. Will you please review the added features that are in all the Notes/Note Phones such as the lift to call, swipe to dial, eye scanner while you are looking at the phone so that it does not switch off, etc. I find that the note 2 had the most additional features than any other even though most of the people probably did not even really use them, hence they started trimming down on all those tools for nerds. Most people just want these phones for social cred and basic functions (calls, WA, surfing the net, emails and social media) NB: I know I am generlising here but that's my experience.
I once had a Galaxy Note II, and If I'm being honest, it might be the best phone I ever had. The design, the performance, the camera, they all came down together and were well crafted to make this masterpiece of a phone.
The Note edge(4) was my favorite phone of all time. I loved the edge features it felt so cool and I loved the sloped side
God, this is my favorite video ever. Like no joke, this video is showing so much about you and your channel, it shows how much energy, thinking, time and love you put in your videos, the quality of content of this video is enormous and not just in this detailed little "reviews" of the phones themselves, but in explaining the Samsung economy thinking and Note brand making. I love watching your videos because every video is on point and your voice is awesome to listen. Keep working and doing great videos dude! Much support❤
You mean "much LOVE BABY"....SHEEEEEEEEEEEESH!
Absolutely. I knew he had passion when I clicked on his 6G video. Just how he describes everything. To the point and understandable to casual people. Made me an instant subscriber. I will turn to his phone reviews anytime I'm weighing phone options. He has an unbelievable knowledge about not just a few companies that make cell phones but from what I have watched over the last 3 hours pretty much all cell phones. Shows he is very passionate about what he is making his video, especially seeing that he can pretty much pull up any cell phone he wants at the time and remember everything about it. His videos do not seem like they are heavily scripted.
@David akaolisa word is positive comment, I have agreed with his comment and said "word" meaning "well said" or "true"
@Patrik Momirov ??? word?
Been using my note 9 since 2018 til now. Unfortunately the fingerprint doesn’t work anymore but the overall performance is still smooth. Sometimes it can get laggy but that doesn’t usually happen. I have no plan in upgrading it until 2025.
My first smartphone was a note 4. Still one of my favorite phones that I had
I've been using an A8 star for like at almost 5 years and only just upgraded to a note 20, I switched to the note series for some academic stuff as well as a growing interest in drawing and design. The s pen's additional functionality is amazing and I love it
My note 4 was my favorite phone. Out of all of the phones ive ever had. That was the one that got me legitimately excited to get a new phone. Unfortunately i broke the display. Went to get it fixed and the place that fixed it messed it up and basically told me to kick rocks. So i got the s7 after that.
Note 4 îs a legend!!
A year in the making of this historical review - this is a 10/10 for relevant information of each Galaxy and their brand's evolution in design, specification and market response. True journalistic integrity, true hard work and a lot of personal investment to make this happen. This is excellence, period. Thank you for putting this together. 1 question, now that you have all these models of Samsung: compare the phone signal reception trend. After all, while these devices are heavily resourced for entertainment and photos, they are still phones. How's the radio tech these days vs. earlier Galaxy models? How about testing phone radio reception of Samsung's models vs. close Apple approximations in different but commonly experienced reception-situations. I would like that very much - thank you!
@tmer lmao he's ascending into a phone god
I parted company with the note series when the prices got crazy. Great work, going down memory lane.
Thank you for making this video. It feels nostalgic to see the Samsung old note series. I am a huge fan of note series and i love your videos reviews on them.
I'm 22 now and I've owned every single one of the series. My favorite ones were Note2, Note5 and Note20U. Currently have Note20U, and although the Camera sucks and GearVR was removed, I still love it.
Note 4 remains the best Samsung Galaxy Note ever made. From Note 5 and beyond the phones began loosing what I consider to be essential features
I'm surprised you didn't talk about the fingerprint sensor more, and how it can measure your heart rate, oxygen levels, and even how sweaty your finger is. I really liked using that feature to keep track of my stress and anxiety, and I was sad that they removed it. I wish there were more features like that on phones, specifically a temperature sensor so you can use your phone to take your temperature (like those infrared forehead thermometers).
I didn't know that such features existed but i\m guessing it got removed right after anouncing the S watches as a health gear
@BIKER WITH FORMALS that and it moved features to it's watches
FINGERPRINT SENSOR. I can't unterstand how people prefered position underneath th camera over the position next to the camera. One could get used to the position next to the camera after a week, without touching the camara. With a case that was even way easier to do. But with the position underneath the camera, there was no natural way of unlocking the phone without touching the camara! I feel like Samsung is in need of steaffastness when introducing clever solutions, just like Apple does when introducing problems and their solutions.
They stopped implementing that feature, so people would need to buy their watches.
Don't forget about IR It had before. So you can use it as remote for everything Air con Tv in the pub)) And many more Missing that a lot I had 3 models of note (i think) Note 8 9 and some older one Now pre ordered my S22ultra £16 per month o2 1 month contract 120gb data(with virgin volt) And minutes unlimited Took S22ULTRA from Samsung over 36 months 0% apr Happy about it Waiting for 25 of February delivery)
Over a year later and this video I still love. Love watching you grow Arun, keep up the best work.
ill stop now
The S6 Edge was my favorite. Still in love with that one.
I had Samsung Fascinate, then the S3. After that I jumped to Notes. I had the Note4, Note5, Note9, and now Note20 Ultra. I agree about the blue and yellow of the 9. However, they also made the lilac color ... Where both the pen and phone matched. That is the color I chose. I loved it. I used that phone for 3 years, unlike everything else when I upgraded after 2 years when the phone was paid off. I snagged my 20 Ultra when Verizon was running a sale on it for $999! I didn't want that $1300 price tag. I have been committed to sticking with Notes. I love them. I use the pen semi-regularly for writing and use it a bit more for camera remote! I love it! I hope that putting the pen in the S Ultra series goes well so I can still access my favorite features even though the Note lineup is going away. 🤞
Coming from the Palm/Handspring experience, Galaxy Note was a revelation for me. I had Note 1 and later 3, which served me well for almost 5 years. Sadly, later models adopted new - more "cinematic" proportions and their prices soared, so I couldn't justify buying another one.
You hit 5 mill. Let’s give Arun a round of applause real quick for the hard work. 👏 👏👏👏
I thought his name was Aaron 😂 all this time in ignorance.
Round of applause!
The Note 5 was my first Samsung and I loved it. Previously I had the original Droid, then a HTC 1 Max. I had my Note 5 for 4 years and would probably still be using had I not spilled coffee on it. Typing on it was perfect for my size hands. Unfortunately, Samsung went to a narrower format with the S9 which I tried. Good phone, bad typing. I now have an S10+ and it's great, but still not the same typing experience as the Note 5. I should have gone for the Note 10+ because I've never been a fan of the curved screens.
Fantastic video. Thanks for all the hard work and $$$ in putting it together
I liked the 9 best. That iris and thumb scanner was 🔥
The note 3 was amazing imo cause it survived me( I am exceptionally hard on phones) from the time I bought it brand new till I finally sucked it up and upgraded when the note 9 came out.
Just imagine how much thought, effort, time, money, editing skill needed to make an awesome content like this... Impressive. Great 👍
@King Manthan Gaming Arun Maini
Bro your name is arup so similar to him (his name is arun if you dont know)
In a 18 minute video, every second matters
i have the note 9 and my only complaint from using it is that when i play games and my hands get sweaty the screen will sometimes become unresponsive or react weirdly but that can be fixed with a screen protector i think but besides that i think its a great phone
The s8 and s9 were peak samsung imo, I miss those days, they honestly have a timeless design that is just so pleasant to look at
amazing video, shows how much you loved the note series and samsung with such dedication, subscribed 👍
The note 9 was beast note ever. Still holding up to the 20 ultra. I now have the z fold but I wish I never switched.
" its literally taken a year for me to collect these phone's " If MKBHD had best youtuber award. It has to be given to arun ! Love you man ❤ your work is amazing ! Pure passion and dedication ❤
Both are better than Unbox Therapy lol
Why? Arun is a better reviewer than MKBHD
Love you also! Great video ever!!! ♡♡♡♡♡ thank you so much for making it!!!!
I was an xperia person but wasted too much for what they were so two weeks ago i bought the note 9 at an extreme low price and lemme tell you...its beautiful and soo smooth compared to the xperias...hell even the xz premium could not do what the note 9 does and they both have similar specs...honestly looking forward to a 10+
8:04 honestly I can’t help but think that Apple would’ve never survived a scandal like this unscathed, Apple would probably face way more repercussion in any scenario, and I understand people are gonna say it’s cause their stuff is so expensive, but in 2016 the note 7 started at $850 and the iPhone 7 started at $650 and the 7 Plus at $769, they were pretty expensive phones
I had a Galaxy Note Edge, and I loved everything about it. Except the battery drain that resetting the phone and software didn't even fix. By the time I got a new phone, I couldn't even take it off the charger. Other than that, it was a beautiful phone. Now I have the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. And I love it too. So far, no problems.
Just bought a re certified Note 10+, absolutely love it, but it will be my last Samsung if they don't bring back user added storage options - used to rock a Note 2 for 5 years till it finally died after a reboot (known issue) - the ones between were less impressive
I thought when Note 9 came out that it was the perfect phone, and I still think so. With Note 10, I didn't like the punch hole, no headphone jack etc, feels like they're removing features from a phone that should (and did) everything.
You said it right my friend!
@TimeTech but only 10 phones even have dex, main draw for ui2.5 wifi dex. My only point is note 8 could run it.
@Rusty Mixer at that time, Samsung didn't say anything about 3 years of update. And mind you, as I said earlier, they have too many phones to care about, and scaling the skin and OS of the phones take too much time and money. So they will rather focus on other phones that are newer.
@TimeTech already got security update august for s9, but note 8 only would need like 5 updates it's nothing it's powerful enough to run ui2.5 if note 9 can
@Rusty Mixer No, they have to push out security updates and put their skin on it
I owned the Note 3, bought the Note Edge the day it was released and still can't bear to part with it (although it's a bit unreliable these days!). Was happy to ditch the Note 8 for the 9 which was a great phone. I now have two Note 20 ultras! (Friend sold me his as his new car integrated with apple. He's since bought a second hand 20 ultra as that integrates with his Google Assistant at home!). Sincerely hope there's a S pen and micro sd card support on the the S22 come Feb 2022.
My first flagship phone was the Galaxy S8. I traded it in and upgraded to the S10+ 2 years later. I am seriously looking at upgrading to the S22 Ultra (the spiritual successor to the Note) when it is released next month. Still, there are two features that Samsung has dropped, that I wish I could find on a flagship. They are the headphone jack and the rear fingerprint sensor. I really missed the rear fingerprint sensor when I upgraded to the S10+. My finger used to just naturally cover the sensor when I picked up my phone and it's a bit awkward to use the under screen sensor. I have wireless earbuds, but they have a habit of falling out of my ears. I sometimes just find it easier to use wired earphones. Maybe I should look into "upgrading" to a Note 9? But everyone else in my family uses iPhones. If I am going to be the lone holdout, I want a phone that is arguably better than their iPhones. Very mature of me, I know.
I had the note 2, 4, was going to get the 7 until it got pulled. So got the s7 edge and kept it until the note 9 came out. That note 9 has got to be one of the best phones. And I still have it today. And it still feels relevant after over 3 years. I still haven't changed the battery. And it's still as fast as the first day I got it. Don't think I will be upgrading it anytime soon, especially seeing as samsung removed the microsd card from the latest phones.
The note 9 was by far the best for me. I've owned them all also. Just not all at once for obvious reasons.
Arun probably loves that 10-arm smartphone holder more than the smartphone
Only thing was NO VIDEO RECORDING
I wasted my whole life thinking he is Aaron 😂
Aaron, You do such a great job even a non teckie like me enjoys and learns so much from your content! Thank you! Blessings and be well! Catholic Tradigal