Best Car Mounts for Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Galaxy Note 9
Galaxy Note 9 (Image credit: Android Central)

When it comes time to get in the car, you'll want to make sure your Galaxy Note 9 is as safe as can be. You could just throw it in the cupholder and hope for the best, or you could pick up a Note 9 car mount for it. Not only does a car mount keep your phone safe while driving (along with a protective case, of course), but it also allows for safer interactions with your phone, whether you're using turn-by-turn navigation, answering a phone call, or anything else. If you've been thinking about picking up a car mount for your Note 9, these are our top picks!

A car mount is your Note 9's best friend

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A good car mount should be an accessory everyone has, and that goes for Note 9 owners, too. Among all of the picks on this list, the Note 9 car mount we recommend the most is the iOttie Easy One Touch 4. Time and time again, the Easy One Touch 4 has proven to be one of the safest, easiest to use, and most functional car mounts on the market. Yes, it's a little more expensive than some other options out there, but the attention to detail is unlike anything else.

Speaking of more affordable car mounts, the budget model we'd suggest picking up is the Maxboost Magnetic Car Mount. For the small price you're paying, it's amazing how good the car mount is. It has a super-sticky suction pad and strong magnetic attachment to the phone to keep it securely in place while you drive.

Last but not least, you should also keep the ZeeHoo Wireless Car Charger at the top of your shopping list. It holds your Note 9 just like the iOttie and Maxboost mounts, but it has the advantage of offering built-in Qi wireless charging so you can refuel your Note 9 every time you hop in the car. While not a necessary feature, it is a nice one to have if you can afford it.

Joe Maring

Joe Maring was a Senior Editor for Android Central between 2017 and 2021. You can reach him on Twitter at @JoeMaring1.