It's sleek and stylish with a colorful personality.
It may look virtually unchanged from last year's Note 8, but don't worry, it has a few tricks up its sleeve.
And by sleeve, we mean the S Pen holster, where the new S Pen lives.
You could call it the Note 9's heart and soul.
The Note 9 is the only phone of Samsung's Galaxy series to feature the S Pen.
It has a tiny, pressure-sensitive tip.
And a pressable button on the side.
Here it is in yellow.
And here's purple.
Pull out the pen and this shortcut wheel pops up.
One new trick: On this screen, your "ink" matches the color of your S Pen.
If you hadn't noticed, the ocean blue color Note 9 has a striking yellow S Pen.
Navigating with the S Pen can help keep smudges off your screen.
Press and hold the S Pen to open an app. Click again to do another task -- you can customize this.
You'll still be able to write and draw.
Or doodle, as the case may be.
Your pen versus the S Pen.
The phone's power and lock button.
Remember the Bixby Voice button? Still here!
The pen tip still registers 4,096 levels of pressure.
You'll get two 12-megapixel cameras on the back.
And a fingerprint reader below the camera array.
There's an 8-megapixel camera for your selfies.
New camera AI detects what you're shooting, and adjusts the settings to take a better shot.
The icon is very small; you'll see it off to the right of this screen.
On or off: you'll have to choose in the settings.
The Note 9 keeps its headphone jack.
Every Note (except the recalled Galaxy Note 7) since the beginning.
The iPhone X has met its price match in the Galaxy Note 9. They're both two of the most expensive mainstream phones you can buy.
Both the Note 9 and its S Pens are water-resistant at a rating of IP68.
There's iris-unlocking on board.
Here's another look.
Android 8.1 Oreo runs the show, with the Samsung Experience skin on top.
The Note 9's curved edges are home to Samsung's now signature Edge display apps.
You can charge the Note 9 through a USB-C cable...
...or using a wireless charger like this new Wireless Charging Duo pad that can power up to two devices at once.
A closer look at the Note 9's S Pen.
The Note 9 isn't at all cheap, but it does have a ton of storage. The 128GB version starts at $1,000. The 512GB model will set you back $1,250.
This HDMI adaptor will let the Note 9 reveal its contents on any compatible monitor, and you can use the phone as a trackpad or a second screen.
The Note 9 is pure eye candy, so eat it up in these next slides.